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Dynamite: a Saboteur Awards commission

We are now open for proposals We want to commission a piece which can be an installation, or a performance, or a publication, or a mix of these things which will be distributed/performed/on display at the next Saboteur Awards. Ideally, the creation would result in something tangible for the audience to take away. Last year,…

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Saboteur Awards Fundraiser #pamphletparty

-by Claire Trévien– I am raising money for the Saboteur Awards 2016 by reviewing a poetry pamphlet a day over at Sabotage Reviews for the whole month of December. Sabotage Reviews and its awards are run on a shoestring budget,  we receive no external funding (though we were lucky to receive a Grant for the Arts from Arts…

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The Devil’s Tattoo by Brett Evans

– Reviewed by Stephen Payne – I am a Facebook friend of Brett Evans, as well as his publishers, so that in the time I’ve been reading The Devil’s Tattoo, I have learned about other reviews, and have been unable to resist looking. The reviews are strikingly positive and consistent: this is a very well-received…

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Jebel Marra by Michelle Green

-Reviewed by Cath Barton- The Darfur region of Southern Sudan in the Nile Valley of North Africa has been riven by civil war since 2003. Michelle Green worked for a humanitarian aid agency in Darfur in 2005 and this collection of 15 stories is rooted in her experiences there. Clearly such work has a strong…

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Saboteur Awards 2015: Best Anthologies, Pamphlets, Publishers and Reviewers

– In which Becky Varley–Winter sums up Best Anthologies, Poetry Pamphlets, Reviewers, and Publishers – Best Anthology Best Anthology was a dynamic, closely-fought category, with readers especially valuing anthologies that give space to fresh voices and break boundaries. Among the runners-up, Double Bill, ed. Andy Jackson (Red Squirrel Press) was praised for accessibility and variety, blending page…