Book Review – Voices (In The Trash)

Thank you Cage Dunn for a wonderful review of Voices (In The Trash). It is quite wonderful to know a reader has enjoyed engaging in conversation with these found objects (nudey nomes). Cage's review at Goodreads can be found here. Cage has been a close collaborator and my co-author on the Herja, Devastation book. Do … Continue reading Book Review – Voices (In The Trash)

Voices (In The Trash) – a delivery

It has been an exciting and nerve wracking couple of weeks in the life of the Voices picture book, with an order, purchase and delivery of five copies of the hardback edition to South Carolina in the US. Ellen (the purchaser) and I have been nervously tracking the order from first placement, here in Australia, … Continue reading Voices (In The Trash) – a delivery

Voices (In The Trash) – video reading

I created another little reading of excerpts from the Voices book to coincide with Sally Cronin doing a promo for the book over at her Smorgasbord Blog Book Shop today. Here is the link for the video reading on YouTube. If it doesn't look to be going to the right place, try this - The … Continue reading Voices (In The Trash) – video reading

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – #Poetry Voices (In The Trash): A Picture Poetry Book by Frank Prem

Thank you Sally Cronin for promoting my new release picture book – Voices (In The Trash) at The Smorgasbord.

With release day for the e-book imminent it was a pleasure to record a few more of these little tales for YouTube to go with the promotion, and I encourage readers from my own blog to pop over to the Smorgasbord and then across to YouTube to have a listen.

Drop your comments and thoughts. Both Sally and I would love to hear from you.

Kindle link is below.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WYKCVMP

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Delighted to share the news of the latest collection of poetry by Frank PremVoices (In The Trash): A Picture Poetry Book by Frank Prem – on Pre-order for March 8th

About the collection

What if they could talk?

What if the objects that catch our eye as we wander down the aisles at the Trash and Treasure Market could tell their own stories?

Frank Prem has heard them.

Voices In The Trash is a conversation with objects and things that exist on another plane, but whose voices are as real as yours and mine.

Join Frank Prem on his listening journey through the Trash and Treasure Market.

Can you hear them speak?

As a special treat.. Frank has recorded a few selected short poems from the book for you to enjoy.

Head over to pre-order the collection: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK

Also by Frank…

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New Reviews (2/2): Voices (In The Trash)

Receiving the first review for a newly minted book is an edgy event. Anticipation and anxiety all mixed together. I am delighted (and a little relieved) to welcome the first review of my newest release - Voices (In The Trash) by Li (from Tao Talk). I was delighted to read her thoughts and summation of … Continue reading New Reviews (2/2): Voices (In The Trash)

Voices In The Trash – almost done

Voices In The Trash - 2 page spread I have three versions of Voices In The Trash, now. A Kindle (fixed) version, a hard-cover (case-laminate) and a soft-cover (paperback) version. I took the paper versions to work yesterday to show around and was delighted with the response from my work colleagues. Quite wonderful. I've uploaded … Continue reading Voices In The Trash – almost done

Voices In The Trash – a small reading on Youtube

Just a wee bubby little recording (2 minutes or so) from the Voices collection. This was just a little test run, really to get a feel for how to read such short pieces. I'll probably do a fresh recording and perhaps an article to accompany it over on the Frank Prem dot com site, but … Continue reading Voices In The Trash – a small reading on Youtube

Amusing myself – with voices

No new writing today, so far at least. No. Today has been filled with Voices. I have completed drafting my voices picture poetry book - Voices (In The Trash). It is similar to the Beechworth Bakery Bears in format - images with a poem they inspired, as a spread across 2 pages of an 8.5 … Continue reading Amusing myself – with voices