WHERE WE’RE GOING, WE DON’T NEED ROADS
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.
“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
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.
‘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
‘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