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CENTRAL by Daniel Kramb - the strange story of a London rebellion

CENTRAL
by Daniel Kramb

 

Daniel Kramb's new novel tells the strange story of a London rebellion.

 

Out on 3 December 2015

Paperback
168 pages
19.5cm x 26.6cm
Published by the Lonely Coot in 2015

 

 

'Timid Takes' by Daniel Kramb in the Lonely Coot Shop

TIMID TAKES
by Daniel Kramb

 

TIMID TAKES collects 31 poems written between May 2012 and February 2013. Deeply personal. Often political. Always unashamed.

"A bold and candidly undressed account of life through the eyes and poetry of Daniel Kramb." -- Popshot Magazine

 

Paperback
72 pages
12.9cm x 19.8cm
Published by the Lonely Coot in 2013

£5.00

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GARDENS
by Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi
and Christina Theisen

 

GARDENS is a collection of photographs capturing unexpected, tucked-away garden spaces in London: Christina Theisen portrays landscapes of biodiversity that co-exist in harmony with their concrete, urban environment.

Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi's accompanying essay reveals the creators behind these spaces, their motivations, and why they believe the fight against the collapse of different ecosystems must start in our cities. 

The gardeners in this book challenge the notion that cities are for business only. Instead they envisage a London where rivers of wildflower meadows invade the city's acres of cement, feeding bees and butterflies buzzing along the Thames, revitalising damaged ecosystems.

This is a new story of protest, one that involves ordinary people, whose seemingly small, individual efforts to save the planet collectively amount to a growing, powerful movement.

 

Paperback
14 colour photographs
52 pages
14.81cm x 20.98cm
Published by the Lonely Coot in 2012

£10.00

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FROM HERE
by Daniel Kramb

 

FROM HERE addresses one of the biggest challenges we face – climate change. It's a novel about the "activism" of ordinary people, and about a women's quest for love, and a place in the world.

"Mortifying, fascinating, intriguing." -- Tzeporah Berman, author of 'This Crazy Time: Living Our Environmental Challenge'

"A slow-burning, contemplative and disarming novel. Internal personal struggles set at a time of environmental crisis have never been more entertaining." -- Kit Caless, editor Influx Press

Trying to settle down after ten years spent country-hopping, the story's heroine is still adjusting to her new life. Independent-minded and strong, she's suddenly struggling with an unease she can't quite name – and a desire she hasn't felt in years.

Is she deluding herself when she believes that the attractive political assistant opposite her has the promise in his mysterious green eyes?

And where is that group of climate change "activists" leading her she has just joined? Is something that used to be 'other people, elsewhere' really becoming so personal drastic action is the only option?

Is she prepared to find out?

Settling down, it seems, is becoming the most unsettling experience she's had in her life.

 

Paperback
168 pages
15.24cm x 22.86cm
Published by the Lonely Coot in 2012

£7.99

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