Letter to an Unknown Soldier – Hannah O’Reilly

Hannah O’Reilly is 11, loves bloggers and trampolining and was diagnosed with Dyslexia four years ago. Thanks to the support of an inspirational Special Educational Needs teacher her reading is now fine and she has the confidence to express her creativity. Hannah’s poem was part of a class project on the First World War. She was asked to write a letter to an Unknown Soldier and the images it inspired lent itself to a Chapbook

Letter to an Unknown Soldier
Hannah O’Reilly
Illustrated by Alban Low
Published June 2017
ISBN  978-1-910578-55-1
A6 Size,
16 printed pages,
Colour
Chapbook 18
SLB064
Price – £2
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Claudio’s Garden: An Eco-Community Beside the River Wandle Created by Claudio Funari – Bill Mudge

Over the past 19 months you may have seen the positive change made to a previously overlooked public space. If you haven’t seen it yet why not pay a visit to the Hack Bridge where it crosses the River Wandle in Carshalton. Here you’ll find a beautiful garden created by artist Claudio Funari. Through the photographs of Bill Mudge this chapbook reveals the hidden depths of its creator and place itself.

Find out more about Claudio Funari here – https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100018051214453

Claudio’s Garden:
An Eco-Community Beside the River Wandle Created by Claudio Funari
Bill Mudge
Photography: Bill Mudge
Series Editor: Bill Mudge

Published July 2017
ISBN  978-1-910578-53-7
A6 Size,
16 printed pages,
Colour
Wandling Chapbook 1
SLB062
Price – £2
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Seeethingographer #2 Summer 2017: Going Home

A collection of writing and images on the theme of ‘Going Home’.

A word from our guest editor Sinead Keegan…..
Reading through the submissions for this issue of The Seethingographer was a peek behind the curtains and around the corners of the spaces people call home. These pages are filled with the nuances of what it means to go home, from Alan Boyce’s gritty reality of homelessness to the hearth fairy of Julia Rose Lewis. Sometimes we find ourselves on the threshold, neither home nor away from home, as in Roger Leege’s ‘Fast Food’ which showed me a moment from my own childhood, and Maite Lisa Jordao’s permanent liminal emigrant existence ‘Coming Home’. Whether you know the places described, or they are alien, like Jim Lawrence’s cosmic view ‘Super Ape’, at the heart of all the pieces is the home we all know or perhaps long for. Enjoy the journey. Enjoy the homecoming.

The Seethingographer #2 Summer 2017:
Going Home

Roger Leege, Ahrend Torrey, Adrian Ernesto Cepeda, Julia Rose Lewis, Pat Cann, Marc Stanley, Alan Boyce, Maite Lisa Jordao, Devon Balwit and Jim Lawrence.
Guest Editor: Sinead Keegan
Series Editor: Lucy Furlong
Design and Layout: The Marvellous Smellymaroo
Published June 2017
ISBN  978-1-910578-54-4
A6 Size
16 printed pages
Colour
Seethingography imprint chapbook 4
SLB063
Price – £2
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If You Came This Way: A Guide to Meditation – Kevin Acott

If You Came This Way is the third instalment in Kevin Acott’s travel chapbook series. The themes and desires of this book lie somewhere between San Francisco and London. Kevin spent a week in a zen retreat in San Francisco before travelling back to London. The next stop on Kevin’s journey is Greenland.

One Amazon reviewer described it as ‘Cartland on Acid’ but it owes more to a kind of mindfulness that would have been perfected by Serge Gainsbourg.

If You Came This Way:
A Guide to Meditation
Kevin Acott
Published May 2017
ISBN  978-1-910578-52-0
A6 Size,
16 printed pages,
Colour
Acott Travel Chapbook 3
SLB061
Print run of 100
Price – £5
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