All The World’s a Stage and I’m a Poet

Available now, fantastic anthology of new poets, including my good friend Andrea and, better yet, half the proceeds going to Shelter, a charity for the homeless in the UK. Pick up a copy today to feed your soul as well as feed those in need 🙂

The Torn Page - A K Hinchey's Writing Blog

Photo: Good morning folks. Here is the cover for Threads, which will be released tomorrow on Amazon. For all sales of this anthology, we shall be donating 50% of the proceeds to Shelter (Reg Charity No. 263710), and the cost of this collection of 42 poems will be £4.99 for the paperback and £1.99 for the ebook on Kindle. Stay tuned for the links tomorrow to where you can purchase a copy.

Today heralds another release from the epic Dagda Publishing which as mentioned in a previous post has just released the wonderful Tuned to a Dead Channelan anthology of dystopian creativity and wonder which is a must read for any true literary enthusiast. This next release is an anthology of a different kind. Held within are forty two examples of poetic genius ranging from the epic to the mythological and each one a celebration of rhythm and meter. Much like Tuned I can recommend this as a great read, one you will not be disappointed in.

There is a difference with this anthology however. Within it’s bindings I have managed to get some of my own work published. This is a great honour, one which I hope will not disappoint readers and one which has spurred me to continue to try and get more of my work published. Poetry…

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