Stand Ins by Vikcy Sparrow


Turning by David Grundy

A new work by David Grundy David Grundy is the author of A True Account (forthcoming from the 87 Press), Present Continuous (forthcoming from Pamenar Press), and A Black Arts Poetry Machine: Amiri Baraka and the Umbra Poets (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) and coeditor, with Lauri Scheyer, of Selected Poems of Calvin C. Hernton (forthcoming from Wesleyan University Press). He lives in South London.


Have / Hold by Jimmy Cummins and Rachel Warriner

Have/Hold is a new collaborative poem by Jimmy Cummins and Rachel Warriner with illustrations and drawings by Walter and Rosa Warriner Cummins. It is a poem about relationships, marriage, kids and the process of just being in the world as a couple.


‘Tom Get Shrunk’ A new poem by Andrea Brady

Edition of 100, printed by earthbound press on Munken Pure 170gsm, published by RunAmok “Once upon a time there was a colourful sideboard” £5 (includes p+p) All proceeds donated to the Poet’s Hardship Fund


I’m Very Interested in Falling in Love With You by Dorothy Lehane

A new pamphlet from Dorothy Lehane. Dorothy is the author of four poetry publications: Bettbehandlung (Muscaliet Press, 2018), Umwelt (Leafe Press, 2016), Ephemeris (Nine Arches Press, 2014) and Places of Articulation (dancing girl press 2014). Her forthcoming collection House-Girl will be available soon with Aquifer Press. She is the editor of Litmus Publishing.


O Buster by Andy Spragg

A poem about distance, duration and Buster Keaton. A6 40 pages 20 numbered copies in hot pink. Sold out!! A silver colourway for the latecomers. Available now!


Sea Adventures or Pond Life by Harvey Joseph and Lindsay James

In 2012 RunAmok published this collaboration between Joseph Linday and James Harvey. I have always deeply regreted not having this book finished before James’ untimely death. In the years following I was not in a position to promote this wonderfully strange book but hopefully now more poeple will get to read it. All proceeds will be donated to charity. James Harvey’s Collected poems (which does not include collabrative works) can be purchased from the wonderful Veer.