With an introduction by Clare Pollard
Paperback ISBN 978-1-910139-35-6

Publication date: 17th March 2016
Page count: 36
Price: £6.50 (paperback) / £4.25 (ebook)
"A generous, jellied feast of a book, full of sharp-eyed yet tender details about friendship, family and familiarity. Pimlott ranges around the country and through the centuries to offer her warmly incisive take on living and loving in a gorgeous, unstable world. The poems plunge us into the Midlands, bustling central London, seaside scenes, questionable pots of jam, and the captivating worldview of Pimlott’s grandmother Enid. This is a book to make your mouth water and your heart swell."


Kathy Pimlott

​​​You can read some of my poems on lineon websites and blogs that are labours of love by their respective editors:

The Rookery Redux and Makeshift on And Other Poems. ed. Josephine Corcoran

Goose Fair Night and How to Make a Carillon on Commonplace (June 16). ed. Maria Taylor

Five Unusual Things  on And Other Poems. ed. Josephine Corcoran

The Ballad of St Giles Central on The Stare's Nest. ed. Judy Sutherland

A Plain Cook's Prayer on the fabulous Great British Bard Off. ed. Amy Key

and Covent Garden Garden Gone on Covent Garden Memories, a community archive which documents the battle to save the area from comprehensive redevelopment in the 1960s and  '70s and short-term profiteering in the 1980s. You can watch me talking about this on the same site if you absolutely must.