Visit to see a showcase of Green Press author Lynsey Rose’s work, including her novel, blog, podcast, poetry and short stories. There’s serious stuff, funny stuff and silly stuff, all in one place.

You can buy Lynsey’s book First Aid Kit Girl for the Kindle at Amazon:Check it out here.

If you prefer a book you can read in the bath, you can buy the paperback version here.

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Do you know of a free space where local writers could meet?

The amazing Willesden Green Writers Group is currently homeless, while Willesden Green library is being renovated.

If you know of a great free space in London where the writers could meet, do get in touch. A room with space for around 10 people would be perfect.

Keep your eye on the WGWG blog for details on when the group will restart… hopefully when the library reopens, if a temporary home can’t be found in the meantime.

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Lynsey Rose on writing about mental illness


Read this interview with The Green Press author Lynsey Rose on writing about mental illness in her novel First Aid Kit Girl.

First Aid Kit Girl is available to buy on Kindle here and in paperback here.



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First Aid Kit Girl now available on Kindle

The Green Press are pleased to announce that First Aid Kit Girl is now available on Kindle! Download a sample or buy it here.

If you enjoy the book, please leave a review or tell a friend.

Not into ebooks? Buy the paper version here.

Did you know? You can now follow Steph on Twitter for some de-motivational tweets. Don’t worry if you haven’t read the book yet… no spoilers!

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New poetry anthology: Southernmost Point Guest House

Pretend Genius have just released a beautiful new collection of poetry, featuring some regular Willesden Green Writers Group writers.

Southernmost Point Guest House is a collection that brings together poetry by writers currently living in America, Britain, Ireland, Italy and New Zealand. They have little in common other than finding themselves here, in this book, and in the early part of the 21st century, with something to say. Contributors: Raewyn Alexander, Alex Barr, Lynn Blackadder, Sean Brijbasi, Susan Campbell, David Cooke, Tim Craven, Mikey Delgado, Vanessa Gebbie, Kim Göransson, James Browning Kepple, Charles Lambert, Laura Lee, Andrew Mayne, Geraldine Mills, Stephen Moran, Nuala Ní Chonchúir, Richard Peabody, Lynsey Rose, Judi Sutherland, Lee Webber. The title is taken from a poem by Alex Barr.

You can buy the book here on Amazon:

Don’t forget, we’d love to see you at Bar on 16 January!
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