Adelle Stripe

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Adelle Stripe (Born 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] Stripe is affiliated with the Offbeat generation, and she 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