Where Rockets Burn Through

I'm pleased to have some poems included in this fun and unusual interstellar anthology which is published today by Indy poetry press Penned in the Margins.
Edited by Russell Jones, this is the first anthology of Sci-fi poetry from writers currently living and working in the UK.
There's a London launch at the Toynbee Studios, E1, next month, and an Edinburgh launch later in November.
(The title is a line from a poem of mine in the book called, rather ambiguously, O)

The blurb says it better than me:

Blasting into the future, across alien worlds, galaxies, fantastic technologies and potential threats to humanity, Where Rockets Burn Through brings science fiction and poetry together in one explosive, genre-busting collection.
Discover an array of poems by more than forty contemporary UK writers, including Edwin Morgan, Jane Yolen, Ron Butlin, WN Herbert, Ken MacLeod and Kirsten Irving, plus an exclusive essay on Sci-fi poetry by Steve Sneyd.
Jump in, strap up and switch on the photon cannon…


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