New releases: Donald Gardner and Rosanne Wasserman

Grey Suit is pleased to announce its latest publications, Early Morning by Donald Gardner and Sonnets from Elizabeth’s by Rosanne Wasserman.

Grey Suit Reading Series: Kerry-Lee Powell, Fawzi Karim, and Alan Jenkins

Anthony's Birthday Special! Poetry at The Room, 33 Holcombe Road, Tottenham Hale, N17 9AS (at 7.30) Grey Suit Editions Reading by Kerry-Lee Powell, Fawzi Karim, and Alan Jenkins, hosted by Anthony Howell Alan Jenkins Alan Jenkins was born in Surrey…

Silent Highway

This October saw the launch of Grey Suit founder Anthony Howell’s twelfth collection of poetry, Silent Highway. Here’s an excerpt from a lovely by Phillip Clement published last week in Stride magazine: “These are elegant poems which demonstrate Howell's talent…

Anthony Howell selected by Andrew Motion for The Poetry Archive.

Grey Suit founder Anthony Howell recently recorded excerpts from his latest collection “Silent Highway” for The Poetry Archive this February. The archive is a marvel, conceived by Andrew Motion and recording producer Richard Carrington to give everyone a chance…

Grey Suit Sponsors

We are delighted to announce that Grey Suit has been awarded funding from the Arts Council of England to expand its online archive of performance art and readings. Additional funding for the project has also been received from The Elephant…

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Early Morning

Donald Gardner

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Sonnets from Elizabeth’s

Rosanne Wasserman

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