Author Archives: barncott

‘Poetry Alive’: A Combined Book Launching Party @ Poetry Café, London, Friday 20th November

‘Poetry Alive’ will be a combined ‘Book Launching Party’ to celebrate the publication of Living On Air by Nina Zivancevic and The Rain Stands Tall: Selected Poems (1959-2015) by Neil Oram.                   This will be a rare opportunity to meet two great writers and poets; Serbian poet […]

Campaign grows to save Word on the Water, London’s only floating bookshop

London’s unique ‘Word on the Water’ Book barge has been refused a permanent trading mooring on the canal-side at Paddington, by the Canal and River Trust (CART), in favour of a huge property corporation called British Land who claim they want to branch out and start a floating coffee shop (there are already 13 coffee […]

Lee Harris, author of Echoes of the Underground reading at Perspectives festival, 16th Nov

Lee Harris, author of Echoes of the Underground published by Barncott Press will be reading extracts from the book at Perspectives, an all day indoor ‘mini-festival’ on the 16th November at The Bartoli Gallery, 124 – 128 Barlby Road, London, W10 6B. 3pm – 11 pm. Full details below: A Journey Through the Senses : Exploring Music, […]

Nina Zivancevic reading @ Blue Bus, London Nov 18th

The Blue Bus is pleased to present a reading by Nina Zivancevic, Giles Goodland and David Miller on Tuesday 18th November from 7.30 at The Lamb (in the upstairs room), 94 Lamb’s Conduit Street, London WC1. This is the ninety-fifth event in THE BLUE BUS series. Admissions: £5 / £3 (concessions). Nina Zivancevic was born […]

This is the Serbian poet Nina Zivancevic’s most accomplished book of poetry written in English. Having escaped a multitude of multi-layered and multicultural traps as might be expected of any immortal poet,, in her latest book of verse she comes back to her origins. The poem ‘Phoenix’ reflects the poet’s personal cycles of life in […]