Messages from No-Man’s Land is now in submission to publishers
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Messages from No-Man’s Land is a story told in prose and verse about the experiences of my grandmother and grandfather during the Battle of Passchendaele during the First World War. My grandmother, a zealous member of the Suffragist movement, became a motorcycle despatch rider on the Western Front. My grandfather had been a pacifist. He applied to be registered as a conscientious objector, but the military tribunal rejected his request, placed him in the Irish Guards, and sent him straight to the front line trenches. The story is told through pictures, poetry, and concrete poetry.

Ed Asher Briant
Portland, USA
Tel: 1 207 409 5805

British-born printmaker and illustrator, a member of the world-famous artist community of Monhegan Island, off the coast of Maine.

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