Thursday, 4 November 2010

Books

Here is a selection of my print work available for purchase:



  • LAVENDERBLACK Winter 2009 / Poetry collection, nominated for two Lambda Literary Awards (Gay Poetry & Bisexual) / Fruit Bruise Press



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  • CLUTCHING AT SEASHELLS Autumn 2009 / Poetry collection for SEAS Festival, Fruit Bruise Press (first edition)



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  • TROGLODYTE ROSE 30th October 2009 / Illustrated novel, Cadaverine Publications (numbered hardback edition; 100 copies only)



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  • CHIMERAWORLD 5 Winter 2008 / 'A Labyrinth of Entrails' (short story in anthology)



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  • POLLUTO January 2008, April 2008 / 'Singer' (short story) / 'Zombie Love Song' (short story) [click here]


You can also order by emailing adam@adam-lowe.com with a list of titles, or by sending money direct via PayPal. I can sign copies for free. Please email if you're after a different edition than specified or if you would like a numbered, lettered, lined or doodled book.

3 comments:

  1. Adam,I have viewed a great deal of your stuff.You are incredibly original.That's a good thing as you know.Best of luck my friend in all that you do!!Travis Reynolds

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  2. In response to your Amanda Knox article:

    Do you truly believe that a person who is wrongfully convicted of a crime should pay all legal expenses on their own and also remain silent in order to respect the initial victim of the crime? If this is your position, then it lacks all common sense. Knox was not found “not guilty,” she was declared “innocent” by an Italian court. She lost 1427 days of her life and is now left with a great deal of debt due to her legal expenses. Who should pay those bills? Why do you wish to silence a victim? Knox’s book will not be written about Meredith Kercher, it will be written to detail her ordeal. Knox is a victim. Many say that if it wasn’t for Meredith’s murder, then Knox would not have a book to write. Well, no kidding! If Meredith were still alive, Knox would also have not become a victim herself, and would not be overwhelmed with debt due to her wrongful conviction. The argument is ridiculous. Stating that Knox is cashing in is false. The book deal will hopefully leave her breaking even after taxes, agent fees, and legal expenses.

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