Please Hear What I’m not Saying edited by Isabelle Kenyon, raising money for charitable causes.

Hello! Earlier this year I had one of my poems (Silver Lining) published in an anthology titled Please Hear What I’m not Saying. The writing is centred around mental health disorders, and a varied group of writers poems were chosen for the anthology by its editor Isabelle Kenyon. The money made from book sales goes to UK mental health charity Mind. This month the profits will go to Manchester Mind. You can buy a copy from Isabelle here in her shop website or Amazon Paperback Kindle

Isabelle has also launched Fly on the Wall Poetry press and is now accepting poems on the theme of Outsiders. Again this anthology will raise money for charitable causes.

You can find those details in my blog post here

Even if you can just share this post I would be so grateful, because Mind do a terrific job helping us with mental health disorders, and, well, in this country anyway our government don’t seem to think spending money on our mental health services is on the priority list (Bloody Brexit is!) Which is why helping our charities, as well as each other out, can be a lifesaver.



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  1. Olivia Emily Avatar
    Olivia Emily

    Congrats on getting published! And published in an anthology for such a great cause, too!!

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    1. Lewington_Katie Avatar
      Lewington_Katie

      Thank you so much 💙

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  2. Casey Elizabeth Dennis Avatar
    Casey Elizabeth Dennis

    Congrats! That’s pretty awesome!

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    1. Lewington_Katie Avatar
      Lewington_Katie

      Thank you 💙

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  3. kaylaannauthor Avatar
    kaylaannauthor

    Wow that is seriously awesome, congrats!

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    1. Lewington_Katie Avatar
      Lewington_Katie

      Thank you 💙

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