Page 21 Released Today

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Blam. Even a printer-less rain-full Bank Holiday can’t stop us from getting the Page out, just about. Page 21 is released today. Pick it up, open it out and read poems and short stories written in cities from Stockholm to Sevilla and Paris to Philadelphia. Here’s the boyo Jean, kindly giving a few minutes of time to stand in the rain on his break from work. If you’d like it sent to your door, grab one here for £3 or head to one of our stockists. 

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Stocked at Foyles Bookstore at the Southbank Centre, London!

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You can now pick up a copy of the latest Page from the Foyles Bookshop branch at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre. The Southbank Centre is an area of galleries, theatres and general cool things to do on the south side of the River Thames. Grab a Page for £2 and chill by the river for £0.

“Sunday Snippets”

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Lazy and sunny and sleepy Sunday evenings can blur by. So, we’ve decided that every week we’ll release some “Sunday Snippets” from the latest Page on our Twitter. We’ll put them on here too.

First up this week, is Hannah Spector’s ‘[peeling glass], which begins:
‘the world
was made of fuzzy
glass and all
that was needed
of my body
was stillness
so my mother
could wield
me lightly across
the rocks.’

Next is a short excerpt from Jonathan Larson’s prose-piece ‘Eye 1’:

‘just a slim niblet I take into my hand as he takes into his hand but not yet into my pocket as he not yet into his pocket because it is not mine until I give back  nothing really  just brain space 1 gestured token 1 scale on which to set and consider the generational exchange  taking and naeming   1 airrift between A & E’

The third is the opening stanza to Marie McGrath’s poem ‘Strange Man’:

After you cried the night before,

babbling moronic like you’d

never learned to speak at all,’

 

The final for this week comes from Erik Pederson’s short poem ‘Brush with death’…

& the best part of the car wash

occurs when the engorged red brushes come

and slap my car in unision’

They’re all from the first side of Page 20. We’ll tweet from the other side next week. If you’ve been lured in by these excerpts – then buy a copy from here to touch and smell and read for yourself.

Spring Subscription

ImageOur Spring Subscription starts with Page 20. Subscribe to get the next 7 issues delivered to your door for £19 wherever you are on the big ball we all live on. Remi likes pizza, and the Pages. He likes them both. Grab a subscription here for contemporary writing from all over the world.

We’re going to talk at the New York University in Florence, Italy!

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There’s some really exciting news that we’re really excited about. We have been asked to go and speak at an event on ‘The Power of Poetry in Contemporary European Society’ at the New York University’s Centre in Florence, Italy on 7th May. If you’re in Florence, come and say hi and maybe listen to a few words. We are forever indebted to the people who have helped set this up. www.bellevilleparkpages.com
 

Page 19 Released

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After a short Easter-Egg related delay, Page 19 is released today. Inside are 10 pieces by 10 different authors from all over the world. Here’s pretty-city-boy Pearson, fresh from running the London Marathon last week, flashing an adoring/slightly creepy smile at the Page. Buy a copy for £3 and get it sent to your door here: http://www.bellevilleparkpages.com/#buy 

Zelda Chappel’s ‘Icon’ in Page 18

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This is exactly the kind of reaction that reading Zelda Chappel’s ‘Icon’ in Page 18 can induce. Quotation – 

“Afterwards the radio refused 
to sing the way it used to
the sun rising silent in the glass
so as not to be noticed
slipping in days right under 
our noses.”

You can have that very same reaction by getting the Page delivered to your door and then reading the words inside it here – http://www.bellevilleparkpages.com/#buy