Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Out Now! Dreams & Nightmares by E-L. Cartwright

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E-L. Cartwright’s visionary new poetry collection, following on from It’s For Joy (2000), explores the themes of time, transition, memory and perception in a sometimes personal, other times dramatic manner. The Dreams & Nightmares become a metaphoric prism through which various aspects of existence, such as childhood and old age, are viewed. Here the reader is invited to “rest awhile … beneath the cruel sun’s shade”, while being aware that as they do so, shadows gather round them marking the end of the day. In a work that blurs the boundaries between reality and imagination, culminating in the final poem, the poet asks us the question: just where falls the boundary between dreams and nightmares?

Monday, 31 December 2012

Inside the Yellow House & Other Stories

Out now! Inside the Yellow House & Other Stories by E-L. Cartwright

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experience to life by watching the audio video version narrated by the author.

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Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Who is "Book"? A friend or an enemy?

Find out in the dark Wildean novel Book & I - the exciting new release by E-L. Cartwright. See website www.owlight.com for details.
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Thursday, 15 July 2010

Climbing, Not Today

I don’t think I’ll go climbing –
I would, but not today.

That mountain would still be there,
If I softly crept away.

That slope, it seems more treacherous
And, with each year, more steep

And I am growing tired,
My eyesight growing weak.

I cannot see the top,
Now the mists are hanging low

But clouds surround the head of this,
My Kilimanjaro

Frames itself, each morning,
Through the shutter of my eye

It pictures me awake,
But, still, I cannot climb.

© E-L Cartwright 2010