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POETRY PAMPHLETS

New pamphlet (title tbc) forthcoming from Live Canon, 2019

All the Relevant Gods (Cinnamon Press, 2018) – winner of the Cinnamon Poetry Pamphlet competition

Foot Wear (2017)  – a handmade, self-published limited edition mini-pamphlet on ‘a life in shoes’. Illustrated and individually numbered. Only 50 copies made.

The Great Vowel Shift (Telltale Press, 2014) – my first short pamphlet of poems, published by the poetry collective I co-founded with Peter Kenny which ran from 2014-18.

 

See a list of poems published in magazines and anthologies

Three poetry pamphlets by Robin Houghton

 

‘HOW-TO’ BOOKS & EBOOKS

A Guide to Getting Published in UK Poetry Magazines (Telltale Press, 2018, now out of print)

Get More Out Of Twitter (ebook, 2017) – The second ebook in a series aimed at making social media simple. Maximise your time on Twitter with a social media dashboard, empower yourself with stats, find topics and people that matter to you, creative uses for Twitter and more.

How to Use Twitter (ebook, 2016) – 40 pages of all the basics you need to know from scratch. Great for Twitter newbies or if you tried it once but didn’t get it. Step-by step instructions, screenshots, insider tips and examples of really good Tweeters to emulate.

The Golden Rules of Blogging (and when to break them) (Ilex Press / F+W, 2015)

Blogging for Writers (Ilex Press / F+W, 2014) – an illustrated ‘how-to’ manual for writers wanting to blog, with examples and advice from the world’s successful writer-bloggers.

Blogging for Creatives (Ilex Press / F+W, 2012) – an illustrated ‘how-to’ for artists, makers, photographers and anyone wanting to build a beautiful blog. Loads of screenshots and advice from successful bloggers.

A guide to getting published in UK poetry magazines by Robin Houghton - cover

How-to books on blogging and social media by Robin Houghton

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