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New from Burning Eye: A Woman With a View by Catherine Scott

Catherine Scott started writing poetry at the tender age of 60 and quickly became a regular performer at poetry events in Hull and across Yorkshire. In the poems gathered here Catherine takes a frank look at everyday life, human nature, relationships, our needs, desires... Continue Reading →

A good review of Day & Night In The Damaged Goods Factory by Mike Watts

We have had a good run of reviews lately for Burning Eye books and that continues with this Amazon reader review for Day and Night in the Damaged Goods Factory, the new collection from Mike Watts: "Mike Watts' second collection is darker... Continue Reading →

OUT NOW – Day & Night In The Damaged Goods Factory by Mike Watts

This second collection from Mike Watts confirms why, for some, he is the British Bukowski. But, while there is booze, bookies and sex here, Mike's is a view from the very British streets of Hull. The streets of real life,... Continue Reading →

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