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Welcome to Pindrop Press, an independent poetry publisher based in Glasgow with its editorial headquarters in France. The press was founded in 2010 and taken over by Sharon Black in 2016.

"Pindrop Press [...] have developed a well-deserved reputation for high value production and careful choice of poets" – Patrick Lodge in The High Window, November 2023.

Pindrop's mission is to publish poetry that is exciting, fresh and well-crafted.

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* Pindrop is delighted to announce the publication of When auntie was a crow by Jo Haslam, a simmering collection which explores the milestones of life – birth, love, relationships and death – with compassion and clarity, filtered through the sensibility of a poet who is also a visual artist.

* Also out now is Jonathan Totman's collection, The Sessions, a sequence of fifty sonnets exploring therapy from the perspective of both client and therapist, and Fiona Larkin's Rope of Sand, a compelling, nuanced debut which scrutinises instability and asks what we hold onto, and what we let go.

* Due for publication later in 2024 year is work by Chris Rice, Antony Christie, Sujatha Menon and Robin Houghton. Pindrop is very excited to welcome those poets on board.

* Congratulations to Pindrop poets Mike Barlow whose poem My Uncle Ivan was commended in the National Poetry Competition 2023, and Elisabeth Sennitt Clough whose poem The Black Dress, from her collection The Cold Store, was commended in the Forward Prizes 2023.

* Check out our latest poetry titles, all available from the online Bookshop:

When auntie was a crow

The Sessions

Rope Of Sand

Her Whereabouts The Testes of Lenin quiet spy objects


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