Riptide volume 12

£6.95

Riptide Volume 12 is a vibrant collection of new short stories and poetry centred around the idea of ‘Cradle to Grave’. It features new work from established and emerging writers from across the globe, all expressing their unique take on this most human and fundamental of themes. It opens with a powerful poem from Devon-based author Marc Woodward, that considers the thread of life, ‘careless for the unravelling’ and ends with another  by Chinese-born, Canada-based poet Yuan Changming on the crow in ‘the backyard of my heart’ turning ‘white like winter washed.’ In between is a rich body of work that dips into significant moments across lifetimes and reminds us of the fleeting, but precious nature of earthly existence.

Writers featured in this volume are: Gillian Barker, Wendy Brandmark, Dan Brotzel, Andy Brown, Yuan Changming, Linda Cracknell, Ben Dickenson Bampton, Emily Ruth Ford, David Gaffney, Habib Mohana, Cassandra Passarelli, Kim Squirrell, James Turner, Clare Weze, Anthony Wilson and Marc Woodward.

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Riptide Volume 12 is a vibrant collection of new short stories and poetry centred around the idea of ‘Cradle to Grave’. It features new work from established and emerging writers from across the globe, all expressing their unique take on this most human and fundamental of themes. It opens with a powerful poem from Devon-based author Marc Woodward, that considers the thread of life, ‘careless for the unravelling’ and ends with another  by Chinese-born, Canada-based poet Yuan Changming on the crow in ‘the backyard of my heart’ turning ‘white like winter washed.’ In between is a rich body of work that dips into significant moments across lifetimes and reminds us of the fleeting, but precious nature of earthly existence.

Writers featured in this volume are: Gillian Barker, Wendy Brandmark, Dan Brotzel, Andy Brown, Yuan Changming, Linda Cracknell, Ben Dickenson Bampton, Emily Ruth Ford, David Gaffney, Habib Mohana, Cassandra Passarelli, Kim Squirrell, James Turner, Clare Weze, Anthony Wilson and Marc Woodward.

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