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Our collaborative book is still available at authors'/poets' prices.  Let us know what you think.

One of last year's achievements by the poets of XPW

available in many formats for all tastes and pockets:  paperback,  hardback casebound, or softback, with colour images and the same edition with images as a downloadable pdf copy from lulu.com, or from Amazon for Kindle

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Here is the book's first review:

  • 26-Mar-2013

    Like language itself, poetry is a living thing and, over the decades, it has changed so much. This book was recommended by a friend of a friend and I have to say that I have enjoyed seeing language in motion. The use of cleverly-placed words and the emotion exuding from them has left me wanting more of this style of poetry. Well done to the poets of today! 
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