Over The Skin – Carole Bulewski

Carole Bulewski Over The SkinA short story about the power of the unspoken word.

“Language is only one form of communication, and sometimes music can be a much more powerful tool than words.” – Carole Bulewski, 2015

French-born Carole Bulewski is a writer, scientist and musician who made London her home over 15 years ago. Music, in one form or another, plays an important part in all her writings. Carole is a member of urban baroque group Firefay, who are set to release their latest album ‘The King Must Die’ in early 2016.

This delightful chapbook includes 6 new colour illustrations from Alban Low.

BUY Over The Skin (£2 + £1.20 P&P to UK Address)
Carole Bulewski
Illustrated by Alban Low
Published November 2015
ISBN  978-1-910578-17-9
A6 size,
16 printed pages,
Colour
Chapbook 4,
SLB027
Price – £2

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Dementia – Natalie Low

9781910578186_Dementia_Natalie_LowA challenging and emotive A6 chapbook that explores the subject of Dementia. Its narrative flows through notes and lists between a mother and daughter. The book captures a moment in time where love and confusion are both protagonists in the drama of our lives.

“It is not often you write a note to someone to tell them what they have done. A selection of my mum’s notes to and from me, lists for herself, objects and paper, collected in the winter of 2015.”
Natalie Low, November 2015.

The chapbook is full of colour plates documenting many of the notes and lists themselves.

Natalie Low is not a writer, but she enjoys putting words on paper and believes that everyone has a book of some sort inside them. She lives in Twickenham, UK with her rather charming family.

Dementia: an edited correspondence
Natalie Low
Published November 2015
ISBN  978-1-910578-18-6
A6 size,
16 printed pages,
Colour
Chapbook 3,
SLB026
Price – £1
SOLD OUT

Ten poems with eight lines – Giovanni Cerbiatto

50%_Page_1a copy“The world is never experienced as something which is believed, anymore than it is guaranteed by knowledge. What is needed, if this question comes up at all, is that we experience our existence in its most elementary consititution of being, as being in the world.” Giovanni Cerbiatto.

The first ever English translations of Giovanni Cerbiatto’s simple and complete poems. Little is known about this living poet from Umbria, Italy, whose work barely infiltrates the world of the internet.

This Sampson Low Chapbook is beautifully illustrated by London artist Alban Low. Best known for his work on the London Jazz scene, he shows us a quieter and more contemplative side that reflects the stillness of Cerbiatto’s poems.

Ten poems with eight lines is the second in Sampson Low’s chapbook series.
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Translated by Eva Viola Tedeschi.
The book will also be for sale at La Scala, East Dulwich, SE22 8EQ.
Famed for its Italian coffee and cakes, it can now boast the best in poetry too.

Dieci poesie con otto linee
Ten poems with eight lines
by Giovanni Cerbiatto
Translated by Eva Viola Tedeschi
Illustrated by Alban Low
Published November 2015
ISBN  978-1-910578-16-2
A6 size, 16 printed pages, Colour
Chapbook 2, SLB025

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South – Kevin Acott

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SOLD OUT (11th December 2015)

“Blues, love, moonshine, no pavements, chocolate fountains at breakfast and terrible bloody cheese.”

South is a poetic adventure inspired by Kevin Acott’s travels through North Carolina and Texas. His written observations sit on the page amongst photographs captured during his US journey in September 2015.

South is the first in Sampson Low’s chapbook series.
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Kevin Acott is a lecturer, writer, photographer and semi-professional Londoner. He writes poetry, short stories, weird sort of poemy/short story things and film and album reviews at http://www.somethingaboutengland.co.uk. Kevin has had poems published at Ink, Sweat and Tears and short stories at The Londonist and Smoke: A London Peculiar. His first poetry collection was Put Your Lips Together (2014).
http://www.kevinacott.com

Also by Kevin Acott and published by Sampson Low Ltd.
‘A Life of Endings’ (ISBN 9781910578131)

South: Words and Images Inspired by the People and Stories of Trinity, North Carolina and Austin, Texas
by Kevin Acott
Published October 2015
ISBN  978-1-910578-15-5
A6 size
16 printed pages
Colour
Chapbook 1
SLB024
Limited print run of 50

 
5 star REVIEW from Mastabrowza
A breviloquent reasure
It’s small. It’s perfectly formed (in a bespoke, artisan style) and it’s like a compact “On The Road” (but with fewer words and many more pictures – so, in fact, not much like “On The Road” at all – apart from in spirit). So, despite – or perhaps because of – that, it’s a fantastic, petite (and very concise) “must have” item. Small on the outside and not quite as small on the inside.
(16/11/2015)