BOOKS & MERCH

We are trying to avoid giving money to huge corporations wherever possible, especially Amazon, so we have the following simple system in place for all our purchases. 

UK CUSTOMERS ONLY


Just decide what you want to purchase and click on the "Buy Now" button to pay with PayPal or debit/credit card.  If you would like to buy more than one item just make individual purchases.  Remember to show your delivery address when you pay, if you forget or run into any problems just send an email and we will sort it out, don't worry.  All items will be despatched within 3-5 working days, except T-shirts which are printed to order and may take up to 10-14 working days.

OVERSEAS ANTHOLOGY CUSTOMERS PLEASE SEE LISTING FOR "BUY NOW OVERSEAS".

For other items please get in touch to enquire about delivery times and fees.

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THE SCRIPTSTUFF LOCKDOWN ANTHOLOGY

£9.95 (+£1.49 postage & packing)

45 Scriptstuff poets come together to share the poetry love in response to the Coronavirus lockdown and what it means to our families, our lives, our health and our future. Showcasing an astonishing array of fabulous poetry from the Scriptstuff community; open-mic regulars, Poet of the Month winners, nervous newcomers, familiar faces and the odd special headline guest, the Scriptstuff Lockdown Anthology shows grass-roots poetry at it's finest, gives an artistic voice to people who might not normally be heard, and celebrates the art of spoken word for all.  Proceeds from the sale go towards supporting and subsidizing Scriptstuff poetry events, including booking Special Guests, ongoing community outreach work and keeping the Leamington Poetry Festival free to attend.  98 pages.

"Beautifully put together" Dinah Smith.

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THE SCRIPTSTUFF LOCKDOWN ANTHOLOGY SHIPMENT FOR OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS

£9.95 (+£5.99 OVERSEAS postage & packing)

45 Scriptstuff poets come together to share the poetry love in response to the Coronavirus lockdown and what it means to our families, our lives, our health and our future. Showcasing an astonishing array of fabulous poetry from the Scriptstuff community; open-mic regulars, Poet of the Month winners, nervous newcomers, familiar faces and the odd special headline guest, the Scriptstuff Lockdown Anthology shows grass-roots poetry at it's finest, gives an artistic voice to people who might not normally be heard, and celebrates the art of spoken word for all.  Proceeds from the sale go towards supporting and subsidizing Scriptstuff poetry events, including booking Special Guests, ongoing community outreach work and keeping the Leamington Poetry Festival free to attend.  98 pages.

"Beautifully put together" Dinah Smith.

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SCRIPTSTUFF POETRY T-SHIRT

£25.00 (+£0.99 postage & packing)

Fruit of the Loom heavy-duty 100% cotton T-shirt, featuring the Scriptstuff Poetry logo and the catchphrase 'Share the Poetry Love!'.  Only available in black, in sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL.  PLEASE STATE SIZE REQUIRED WHEN ORDERING

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OVERPRICED ZEITGEIST

£10.00 (+£0.99 postage & packing)

In 2018 Mike Took's spoken word show "Overpriced Zeitgeist: vaguely anti-establishment poetry for the postmodern Bohemian" debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe. This book contains all the poems featured in the show along with various musings and notes about the creative process for each piece. There are also reports on the Open Mic outings each poem received during development. In addition this book includes 6 further poems that were never performed as part of the show, and the whole thing is accompanied by the superb artwork of Sarah Methuen.  90 pages.

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PAINTING SHAKESPEARE

8.00 (+£0.99 postage & packing)

A fascinating play for the stage. Cast of 5M/2F with 2 or more minor ensemble. A bawdy, mischievous yet heart-wrenching comedy written in two acts (55 minutes each Act) and composed entirely of rhyming iambic tetrameter. Take a mouth-watering bite from a richly-laden slice of William Shakespeare's life as he fends off obsessed monarchs, moronic siblings and that curs-ed writers' block in an effort to please everyone, appease his own vanity and maybe even get on with writing his next play! It is 1603, Queen Elizabeth clings to her health and her crown, the plague is rife in London. Shakespeare's career, however, is going rather well... Experts and historians argue that just three portraits of Shakespeare survive to this day,- but why is their authenticity so shrouded in doubt? Bound up in historical events both real and wildly inaccurate, here the author takes an arbitrary but hilarious stab of explanation as to exactly whom, in the early 1600s, could have been Painting Shakespeare.  64 pages.

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Hey 👋 we would really value a small donation if you can spare the cash.  All the money we receive goes towards supporting our community and outreach activities, booking special guests for events and keeping the annual Leamington Poetry Festival free to attend for everyone.