The Ugly Tree Live!

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To celebrate the release of the latest Ugly Tree mag there is a FREE live event at Central Library Manchester at 1pm on 22nd Feb. Hosted by editor Paul Neads and featuring Tony Walsh, Simon Rennie, Rosie Lugosi, Adam Irving, Helên Thomas, Dermot Glennon & Tony Curry.

Issue 14 of The Ugly Tree poetry magazine was published on 1 February 2007. It’s a bumper issue, featuring poetry from Davide Trame, Helên Thomas, T.J.Matthews, Cathrine Wignall, Tim Lucas, Paul Tristram, Ken Champion, Hannah Walker, Andy Murray, Lisa Diehl, Dermot Glennon, Harvey Goldner, Spencer John Derry, Gary Raymond, Alan M.Kent, Ailís Ní Ríain, Peter Johnson, Adam Irving, Sean Burn, Austin McCarron, Kyle Ferguson, Caroline England & Steve Sneyd. Plus reviews of Michelle Green’s collection Knee High Affairs and Jack Latchford’d poetry magzine In Between Hangovers. Also a last chance to enter The Ugly Tree’s 2007 Open Poetry Competition.

Available to purchase on-line at www.mucusart.co.uk/theuglytree.htm, by cheque (£3.50 [£10.00 pa] payable to P.Neads), or in Manchester at Cornerhouse and Basement bookshops.

Subscribers’ and contributors’ copies (yes, we are at last able to provide them again - if we have your address!) will be mailed on 1 Feb.

All payment and correspondence please, to: Mucusart Publications, 6 Chiffon Way, Trinity Riverside, Gtr Manchester M3 6AB, UK

The Ugly Tree - LIVE. Poets past, present and future will be performing at Manchester Central Library, St Peter’s Sq, M2 5PD on Thursday 22 February 2007. The event starts at 1.00pm and is free entry, so do come along and support your local poem-slingers.

OUT NOW: The debut collection from Tony Curry - The Noble Savage.Tony Curry has been blazing a trail through open mics and poetry slams for years with an accessible mix of urban eloquence, social and personal observations, thought provoking pertinence and sly humour. This collection draws together a highly quotable core of reasoning and secures performance poetry to the page. He never played for England (or Sheffield Utd for that matter). With illustrations by Martin Stannage.

“A rhythmic world of skunk, Es and 501s, gorillas, queens and signing on. I love it.” Mike Garry

Mucusart Publications | ISBN 978 0 9542816 2 5 | 36pp | 130x195mm | £4.00

Launch Event tbc - please visit www.mucusart.co.uk/press.htm for updates.

For purchasing information on this title from one of the finest poets based in the northwest today, along with other Mucusart Publications, please visit www.mucusart.co.uk/litshop.htm

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