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The Brodie Press




The Brodie Press stemmed from a small student venture, which aimed to give new writers the chance to see their work in print. With this in mind 'The Liver Bards: A Merseyside anthology of poetry, prose and two very good jokes' was published. Their knowledge of the publishing industry has grown since then and they intend to use this knowledge to continue to carry out that original aim of supporting and encouraging new talents. Recent poetry collections include: Jane Davis, "On the World's Carpet", Julie-ann Rowell, "Convergence", Ralph Pite, "Paths and Ladders" and Andrew Taylor, "Turn for Home".

Contact Information

name: James Bainbridge
email: thebrodiepress@hotmail.com
website: www.thebrodiepress.co.uk



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