The Blood House…
Issue 1 ISSN 2056-6883 of a series of poetry pamphlets by Sarer Scotthorne is out now.
On The Blood House
These beautiful poems come from a bold, brave soul and a true poetic heart. A stunning collection
and a delicious read from start to finish.
Salena Godden; poet, writer and performer
Sarer Scotthorne’s meticulously documented psychodramas suggest their is no crevice of the human heart and mind that should not be visited. If you ever doubted the meaning
of artistic courage, read these poems.
Tim Liardet; poet
I felt the pulse, certainly;
the life, breath, exposure of nerve ends.
Iain Sinclair; writer, novelist, film-maker & poet
A5, hand-made covers, each one lovingly put together with ltd. edition endpapers and a colour printed photograph of Sarer’s Blood House painting on the front… priced £5 + P&P worldwide.
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Some poems from The Blood House have already been published;
Sunday Morning Words was published in The Interpreter’s House and Vanguard Poetry Anthology #1, Soldier’s Dinner in Boscombe Revolution Issue 2, Why I Became A Geisha, The Moon and The Night and Repeating Patterns in A Cache and The Blood House in the Hydrazine. How We Got Our Name featured in a film with Andrew Hayes and Schoolboy’s Death Trio and Why I Became A Geisha in the film Semblance (dir. Albert Zhang).