Books

WHERE WE’RE GOING, WE DON’T NEED ROADS

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My first pamphlet was published by flipped eye in March 2015 and edited by Niall O’Sullivan.
It was selected as a PBS Pamphlet Choice and as one of the Poetry School’s best books of 2015.

Get a copy off me at a gig, or at Foyles or Waterstones.

£4

ORDER IT ONLINE FROM WATERSTONES OR AMAZON.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“These are poems alive with tingling histamines and humming generators. They slip between lines of conversation, sneak into your bedroom at night, haunt your dreams.” – flipped eye

“Full of grit and love, looking at the world from fresh new angles.” – John Osborne

“Amy Acre writes with undeleted internet history, split whiskey on the tabletop and lipstick on collars.” – Tim Wells

 

RHYMING THUNDER: THE ALTERNATIVE BOOK OF YOUNG POETS

Rhyming Thunder

Three of my poems appear in this anthology from Burning Eye Books. Edited by James Bunting and Jack Dean.

£4.99 FROM THE BURNING EYE ONLINE SHOP.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other publications

‘Pain is Hereditary’ / forthcoming in POEM International: Women on Brexit

‘Fruit Knife’ / Poetry London, autumn 2016

‘Falling’ / Blue of Noon

‘Nothing will happen’ / Morning Star

‘Vending Machine’ / Sick Lit Magazine

‘Participatory Heart’, ‘Mum’, ‘Chitwan Village Girl’, ‘Aaron as Ilai is born’, ‘Dreamweavers’ / 3:AM Magazine

‘Play with my hair’ / Magma 63

‘You can be your own mother’ / DIVA

‘Poem in which aliens invade my bedroom’ / Poems in Which issue 2

‘You can be your own mother’ / Popshot issue 8

‘The Ends of the Earth’ / Poetry Review

‘Rocksteady’ / Rising 55

‘Cunt’ / Rising 54

‘Fire on Oxford Street’ / South Bank Poetry

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