Waiting at Bloomsbury Park

Published by Big White Shed in July 2017, Waiting at Bloomsbury Park is a collection of poems that explores the experiences of growing up in an underprivileged inner city setting, told from the perspective of somebody who has lived it, seen it, done it and grew up from it.

The book, which was put together with the editorial support of Amerah Saleh (Birmingham based Poet and all round superstar), can be purchased from caseybailey.bigcartel.com now.

 

Waiting at Bloomsbury Park Front cover

How Did it Happen?

Read the story of how Waiting at Bloomsbury Park went from an idea, to a real, actual thing here.

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“It’s such a good collection of poetry. The excellent Waiting at Bloomsbury Park by Casey Bailey. I can’t recommend it highly enough…” – Rick

“If you’re looking to buy a book soon I strongly recommend Waiting at Bloomsbury Park, by Casey Bailey. Casey is one of my favourite poets and performers, a Brummie and a bloody good bloke. I’ve been looking forward to this, his first collection, and it has not disappointed.” – Clive

“Casey Bailey has produced an incredible, poignant, necessary book. You should buy it, read it, and get your friends who aren’t into poetry to read it.” – Carl

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