Our commitment to high quality writing has led us towards collaborating with talented authors who shed light on contemporary issues and their connection to past events. We will publish or project manage upcoming books and support writers through from initial ideas to publication.

See below for a list of our latest projects, information about their authors, and links for purchasing. If you are interested in collaborating with us, please get in touch.

My World Café

Our third book is My World Café with words by David Wilson and illustrations by Laura Davis. It will be available from late November and you can pre order a copy below.

David himself describes the book as “a stew of food stories, memories and recipes from around the world, ranging from popcorn to borscht, apple strudel to burritos, baklava to teriyaki. Each chapter includes a brief history of the food, a personal memory and a recipe.”

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We are delighted that, on reading the final draft, celebrated food writer and broadcaster Elizabeth Luard wrote "Lovely stuff from the author's swag-bag: traveller's tales and gorgeous drawings plus liver and bacon. What more could anyone want?"

David Wilson is a writer and political activist whose work draws upon and extraordinary range of experiences throughout a long and varied career as a teacher, art agent, filmmaker and aid worker. He was involved with setting  up a war-time mobile bakery that fed the starving people of Mostar and went on to be the first director of the Pavarotti Music Centre in Bosnia whose patrons included Luciano Pavarotti, David Bowie, Brian Eno and Tom Stoppard.
Laura Davis is an artist, printmaker, illustrator and graduate of Glasgow School of Art and Edinburgh College of Art. Her inspiration comes from folk and outsider art, and from observations of life and nature.

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Savannah and her Thirteen Moons

Our second book Savannah and her Thirteen Moons has been beautifully crafted by London based Irish poet and children's novelist Shaun Traynor.

These thirteen exquisite poems celebrate the significance each month's moon has for humanity, together with the poet's own sensibility. They are dedicated to his granddaughter Savannah - as well as the Earth itself.  Shaun Traynor wrote these poems month by month, to post on Facebook. Now they are gathered together into this booklet, in collaboration with artist Roelof Bakker.

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We received the very sad news that our much loved author Shaun Traynor, poet and writer (Savannah and Her Thirteen Moons) has died. Our thoughts are with his wife Ursula and the rest of the family. In the near future we will feature a full appreciation of Shaun’s life on our Publications page. A full appreciation of Shaun's life and work can be found here.

Below is a reading from 'Savannah and Her Thirteen Moons'. Narrated by Aidan Casey, Costa Chard, Celeste DeVeazey, Shane Noone and Gilles Madan.

Shaun Traynor was born in County Derry, Ireland and is the author of several poetry collections including The Hardening Ground and Images in Winter. He is a poet, critic, children’s novelist and storyteller. His novels for children include Hugo O’HugeThe Children’s Giant and The Lost City of Belfast. He has also edited The Poolebeg Book of Irish Poetry for Children.

Shaun Traynor’s writing for children exudes love and tenderness towards children and their earth. His modern fairytales with their contemporary settings capture children’s imagination from the beginning - Irish Children’s Book Trust Guide to Children’s Books

His poetry is an act of faith, his rhythms a gift of grace. Traynor takes chances, there is a sense of risk in his poetry, a sense that this business of writing poetry actually matters - Robert Welch, Literary Review

Book design - Roelof Bakker

Click on the button below to buy this A6 sized collection. Postage and packaging to the UK included. For international postage please contact us.

Price: £7.50 (£9.50 for purchases outside the UK). Price includes posting & packaging

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Stories - short and long- setting ordinary people against big themes; love, war, loss, contemporary politics and the search for fulfilment. Like the author’s first collection Fugues on a Funny Bone they are funny, witty and acerbic as well as serious. Stormlight includes her Royal Court short play 'You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know' examining the Blair legacy. Stories range from a Rambler’s Christmas day walk, a childless senior sneaking into a mothers’ and babies’ only film, a bitter family argument over the EU


referendum, management consultant wonkery and the down but not quite out of homeless street life. All are rooted in experience and activism. Jan Woolf is also a playwright and has been honoured to be included in the Royal Society of Literature's Only Connect lockdown series in July 2020. Read more about this here.

Spry, alert and heartful, Jan Woolf’s writing pulses with the quick of life.
Lindsay Clarke

This latest collection from Jan Woolf is like a Swiss army penknife. Each blade is of a different length and intention but all gleam with an incisiveness that will impress even the most casual reader.
Paul Simon, Morning Star

Book design - Roelof Bakker
Cover painting by Harry Adams, 2016 Storm Sky I Image courtesy of L-13 Light Industrial Workshop

Buy below or from the author's website. Postage and packaging to the UK included. For international postage please contact us.

Price: £10