We are excited to announce the spring / summer 2021 poets and titles!

Tony Walsh (@LongfellaPoet) returns with his long anticipated second collection WORK | LIFE | BALANCE. Coming March 2021.

Pushed back from autumn 2020, Not Dancing with Ingrid Pitt is Andrew Graves’ (@nottsferatu666) third BE collection, gracing our shelves in March 2021.

Rob Gee (@robgeepoetry) is best known for his award-winning spoken word shows across international fringe festivals,. His new collection The Day My Head Exploded is out April 2021. robgee.co.uk

Tina Sederholm (@tina_sederholm) is back with with the poignant and funny This Is Not Therapy following the success of her first BE collection Everything Wrong with You is Beautiful.

Our resident professor of whimsy Robert Garnham (@RobertGarnham) returns with a new collection Yay! which will accompany the new spoken word show of the same name. Coming May 2021.

We are thrilled to introduce London-based poet Desree (@dezziiee_) to the Burning Eye list. We will be re-releasing Desree’s self-made pamphlet I Find My Strength in the Simple Things in May 2021.

Scottish poet and playwright Cat Hepburn (@CatHerpburnWrite) joins us for her second collection Dating & Other Hobbies – an exploration of modern dating with poetry and short stories.

Please Do Not Touch is the inquisitive, anti-colonial new collection from Birmingham’s ’30 under 30′ poet and educator Casey Bailey (@MrCaseyBailey), out June 2021.

Introducing internationally renowned poet and legendary Bristolian Muneera Pilgrim (@MuniPilgrim) with her debut collection That day she will relate her chronicles, coming June 2021.

Stephen Lightbown (@spokeandpencil) will be returning with his second BE collection The Last Custodian – poems on the end of the world through the eyes of it’s sole survivor, a paraplegic.