Catherine Smith's recent Frogmore Press pamphlet The New Cockaigne has received a glowing review from Scott Pack at Me And My Big Mouth:
"A funny and thought-provoking prose poem in which a new nihilist republic is declared, group sex is encouraged, pies rain from the sky and farting becomes a comeptitive sport. Made me chuckle more than once."
Copies are available for only £5 (post free) from The Frogmore Press.
Autumn will see two further Frogmore publications: Cell by Clare Best and True Tales from the Old Hill, an anthology of life writing edited by Rachel Cole and Jeremy Page, in collaboration with the Centre for Life History and Life Writing Research at the University of Sussex.