For those of you who are following me on twitter ( @poet_hide ) you’ll know
that my some of poetry has been up in Waterstones Liverpool One.
I visited to take them away today, and the artists’ contact said to me that
“My Rainbow Died Today” had disappeared from the display board the other week.
Well, it is a compliment, that someone liked it that much that they took it away, but
I did start wondering about why. Quite frankly, I still don’t know. It’s publically published
both here and in Waterstones, so I know I’m copyrighted in my own right.
If you are the nabber, you have an already mounted print of the poem, so frame it, hang it up
The poems are chosen.
The placement decided.
The relevant people seen.
The date is set. Put 22nd September in your diaries!
For one month, my work can be seen at Waterstone’s bookstore Liverpool One.
I cannot explain how excited this makes me! I actually wanted to go up to random people in the centre and tell them I will be on display at Waterstone’s. I am not that kind of person.
So, if you’re up this way, stop by, take a look, buy a book or two and stop the monstrous cheapo online giants from ruining our high street!
Plus, you will be able to read the pieces that didn’t make the display right here on the blog from next week!
Until then, happy writing and happy Friday!