“Bite Me, Robot Boy” – published by Dog Horn Publishing


Bite Me, Robot Boy
Bite Me, Robot Boy

Edited by Adam Lowe

Bite Me, Robot Boy is a seminal new anthology of poetry and fiction spanning genres, styles and cultures. This is a compilation of what Dog Horn Publishing does best: writing that takes risks, crosses boundaries and challenges expectations.From Oz Hardwick’s hard-hitting experimental poetry, to Robert Lamb’s colourful pulpy science fiction, this is an anthology of incandescent writing from some of the world’s best emerging talent.

Developed as a product of the Dog Horn Prize for Literature, the writers herein were all nominees for or winners of the awards in poetry or prose, and developed the work contained with a dedicated team of budding arts activists from Yorkshire. The product is an anthology that feels muscular and moving, breathtaking and bold.

As a continuation of the professional writer develpment work undertaken by Dog Horn Publishing, the writers involved in the anthology have been invited to work on a series of novels and collections with the publisher, a number of which will be released over the next two years.

S.R. Dantzler, Oz Hardwick, Maximilian T. Hawker, Emma Hopkins, A. J. Kirby, Stephanie Elizabeth Knipe, Robert Lamb, Poppy Farr, Wendy Jane Muzlanova, Cris O’Connor, Mark Wagstaff, Fiona Ritchie Walker and KC Wilder.

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