Medusa & her Sisters Limited Edition Book

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Medusa & her Sisters Limited Edition Book



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Medusa & her Sisters is a limited edition book of drawings and poetry, featuring artist Natalie Sirett's drawings and sonnets from fourteen poets. It is a 12 x 8” hard back booked, covered in black cloth, with silver embossed title, and printed on 170gsm silk paper. Each copy in the edition of 350 is individually numbered.

Medusa & her Sisters explores tales of three hideous women with snake hair, crab claw arms and fish tails, who lived exiled from society because they were just too monstrous to be seen in it.

Contributing poets are Catherine Ayres, Ria Bhatta, Sita Brahmachari, Jane Burn, Arabella Currie, Emily Hasler, Anoushka Havinden, Ramona Herdman, Laura McKee, Jo Reardon, Sue Rose, Natalie Shaw, Wendy Pratt and Sarah Watkinson. There are winners of the New Nature, James Kirkup, William Soutar, Newdigate and Troubadour Poetry prizes in their midst.