What Poetry Can Do: Fit to Work & signs of the sistership

Today is being called "Black Monday" as the coalition government's tax and welfare cuts strike home. It's also "We're No Fools" day as we strike back with Fit to Work: Poets against Atos, over 60 poets protesting, expostulating and speaking truth to power. Keep us going with a small donation to our GoFundMe.

Today is also Easter Monday (or Eostre, and also the last day of Passover), so it seems appropriate to announce signs of the sistership, a feminist Bible (re)written in collaboration with Sarah Crewe. It's due out in April from Knives, Forks and Spoons, and we'll be launching it with a Sunday Service in May.