Adelle Stripe

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Adelle Stripe (Born 14 September 1976, in York) is a poet from Tadcaster, North Yorkshire. In 2006, alongside Tony O'Neill and Ben Myers she formed possibly the first literary movement spawned via a social networking site, The Brutalists, who the BBC described as a 'group of young writers with a back-to-basics approach to poetry.' [1]

Noted as a 'kitchen sink realist' poet by the Spanish daily newspaper ABC [2] she is affiliated with the Offbeat generation, and has published three poetry collections Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid, Cigarettes in Bed and Dark Corners of the Land. Stripe's Brutalist works include Brutalism 1: Nowhere Fast [3] and Brutalism 2: Cheap Thrills Issue 24 of Mineshaft Magazine.

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Published Works

  • Brutalism One: Nowhere Fast, Captains of Industry Press, UK First Edition, 2008.
  • Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid, Blackheath Books, UK First Edition, 2008. ISBN 978-1-906099-09-1
  • Cigarettes In Bed, Blackheath Books, UK First Edition, 2009. ISBN 978-1-906099-17-6
  • Dark Corners of the Land, Blackheath Books, UK First Edition, 2012. ISBN 978-1-906099-29-9

Anthologies

Interviews and Articles