Forthcoming from The Blue Nib Imprint
The Blue Nib is delighted to announce that as well as Chapbook 3 which will shortly join the publishing queue, we also have three new authors joining our stable with full collections slated to appear in mid-Winter 2018
Roy Liran: Works in the IAA (Israel Antiquities Authority) as an archaeologist, architect and artist. His first poetry book, ‘Not who I thought’ was published (in Hebrew) in 2016 by Pardes Publishing. It includes 65 poems and several drawings by the author. The forthcoming collection, as yet untitled, will feature recent poems and a selection of Roy’s own sketches.
Michael Griffith: Michael is a long time contributor to The Blue Nib with work featuring in our very first E-zine.Michael began writing poetry as he recovered from a disability-causing injury. His poems, essays, flash fiction and articles have appeared in many print and online publications and anthologies. He resides and teaches near Princeton, NJ.
John Thompson’s first collection ‘trainride elsewhere’, originally published by Pressed Wafer in the US was critically well received. The publishing rights to the work are now with Blue Nib Publishing and the title will be rereleased in Winter 2018. John is a thirty one year old gay poet from Kentucky. His chapbook ‘that moans like a saxophone’ is available on Amazon.