Books are a lovely Christmas present – easy to wrap and easy to post!

We’ve picked a few out which we think would make thoughtful and interesting gifts and set up a special 10% discount applicable to any book ordered via the website, so why not take a look? Use the code TRPTIDINGS at the checkout. (Great pun there - thanks Anne!). The code will be valid until the end of December 2019, although we won’t be able to guarantee delivery before Christmas for orders placed after 15th December.

As if that weren't enough, in celebration of our 25th birthday this year, we also have 25 of our books available with a 25% discount. On these books, you can get a double discount using the TRPTIDINGS code so it’s well worth a look.

Or perhaps you're in the market for more of an investment-style gift? If so, why not purchase a 'Friend of TRP' membership for a loved one? 

As a Friend your contribution will help us to continue publishing thoughtfully-designed books which reflect the creativity and cultural history of our town and its poets and artists.

For a one-off payment of £30 you will become an official Friend of the Press, receive our newsletters (around 6 per year) and be entitled to 20% discount on all Two Rivers Press books for the foreseeable future.

Celebrating 25 Years of TRP's publishing and our new book, 'The Art of Peter Hay'.
We hope you're already received an invitation by email, but if not, pleasee consider yourself invited. All the details are above. We have booked the Waterside Centre's upstairs room which overlooks the river as it's the closest place to 'where two rivers meet' that we could find. There's a great view from the balcony, although given that it will be nearly mid winter, it will be rather dark... But inside it will be warm, convivial and cheerful! We hope you can join us.

Sometimes lyric, sometimes violent, this is a book that teems with the martyrdoms, both everyday and epic, that punctuate our lives.

Do take a look at these wonderful reviews of 'Precarious Lives' by Jean Watkins and 'Penumbra' by Kate Behrens in South 60.
And yet more thoughtful analysis in The High Window.

Claire Dyer, Lesley Saunders and Susan Utting are performing at Poetry in Aldeburgh THIS Saturday, 9th November. Book here!


‘Haunting and haunted … to be savoured on so many levels’
Returning to the subject of Christmas, here's a lovely book you might want to treat someone with: a wonderful collection of David Inshaw's paintings alongside the poems they inspired in Peter Robinson. It's not officially published till January but early copies are available via our website!

Here's Peter telling why the book came to be and reading 'After the Visit'. You can find videos of Peter reading several of the poems on our website.

And finally, Plantlife Magazine are selling a couple of beautiful cards featuring designs by Christina Hart-Davies, (author of 'A Wild Plant Year' and 'The Greenwood Trees'. It's never too early to start on the cards...!

Thank you for your support this year. We wouldn't be here without you!
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