Three New Titles Now Available

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The Kates Hill Press announces that three new titles are now available. Breaking new ground we have published a collaboration between a poet and a photographer. The poems of Shaun Hand complement the photography of Tom Hicks in The New … Continued

Two New Titles Now Available

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The Kates Hill Press is proud to announce that two new titles are now available. The first is A Bundle of Rags by Len Webster. This is the second of Len’s works in our catalogue, following on from Lone Wolf, … Continued

RIP Dave Reeves

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The Kates Hill Press was saddened to learn this week of the death of Dave Reeves. Dave was a prodigious writer and magnificent performance poet. He was also an energetic promoter of west midlands writing, particularly in the Black Country. … Continued

25 Year Anniversary – Venue Change

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Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to change the venue of our 25 year anniversary celebration event. It will now take place at the Court House, 30 New Street, Dudley, on Friday 1st December, 7.30 kick off. … Continued

Book Launch Dates Confirmed

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The launch dates of our upcoming new titles have been confirmed. Crossing the Cut by Carol Hathorne and We Can work It Out by Joanne Webster will be launched on Saturday 23rd September 2017 at Tipton Library in Owen Street, … Continued

Doctor and The Grant Re-released.

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We are delighted to announce, that in association with Rocket Cottage Studio in West Bromwich, we are re-releasing the comedy CDs Doctor and The Grant. This time they are performed by Black Country Theatre. Modern Art again. Bert and Edna … Continued

Crossing the Cut Now Available

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Carol Hathorne’s new short story collection crossing the cut is now available. Crossing the Cut is a fine collection of short stories from nationally acclaimed author Carol Hathorne. In the first half of the book the stories are either set … Continued