Book Club: March Reading List

Every month we’ll be sharing a few books that we’ve loved and would recommend. They might sometimes be old books or sometimes books that are currently pulling a bandwagon, but they’ll always have our stamp of approval! We’d love for you to read them with us, to share your thoughts or to recommend other books that you’ve enjoyed that you think we should share with our readers. All genres welcome, it’s always good to have some variety!

This month we are looking at a few of our favourite poetry collections.

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the sun and her flowers

The Sun and Her Flowers

by Rupi Kaur

The Sun and Her Flowers is a journey of wilting, falling, rooting, rising and blooming. It is a celebration of love in all its forms.

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in the pockets of small gods

In the Pockets of Small Gods

by Anis Mojgani

Mojgani swings between the surreal imagery and direct vulnerability he is known for, all while giving the poems a direct frankness, softening whatever the weight may be. A book of leaves and petals, as opposed to a book of stones, "In the Pockets of Small Gods", encapsulates the human experience in a way that is both deeply personal and astoundingly universal.

A beautiful exploration of grief by one of the top-selling poets in America.

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Every Word You Cannot Say

by Iain Thomas

"I know you don't want to talk sometimes. Sometimes because it hurts and sometimes because you're just not supposed to talk about what you want to talk about. Sometimes it can be hard to say, "this is beautiful," when no one else can see what you see. Or, "Here, this is where the pain is." But some part of you knows, the truth about the words you cannot say is that they only hurt until you say them. They only hurt until the person who needs to hear them hears them. Because we are human, and the closest we've ever come to showing each other who we really are, and how we love, is with words. So I'm going to try to say to you here, what I wish you'd say to me too. Please.
Listen. We can change things.

Here. "

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yesterday i was the moon

yesterday i was the moon

by Noor Unnahar

The Pakistani poet's moving, personal work collects and makes sense of the phases of collapsing and rebuilding one's self on the treacherous modern path from teenager to adult. Tinged with the heartbreak of a broken home and the complexity of a rich cultural background, 'yesterday i was the moon' stands out from the Insta-poetry crowd as a collection worth keeping. 'yesterday i was the moon' centres around themes of love and emotional loss, the catharsis of creating art, and the struggle to find one's voice. Noor's poetry ranges from succinct universal truths to flowery prose exploring her heritage, what it means to find a physical and emotional home, and the intimate and painful dance of self-discovery.

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sea of strangers

Sea of Strangers

by Lang Keav

With the turn of every page, Sea of Strangers invites you to go beyond love and loss to explore themes of self-discovery and empowerment as you navigate your way around the human heart.

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