Book Shout: poetry collection by Bindweed contributor, Julie Sampson

Congratulations to Bindweed contributor, Julie Sampson, on her latest poetry collection, Fivestones, from Lapwing:

Julie has contributed poetry to Bindweed and was published in Issue 11: Bindweed Online 2021 and in Winter Wonderland 2022.

We wish you all the best with your new book, Julie!


Cover reveal! Winter Wonderland 2022 Bindweed Anthology

Great news! Our second Bindweed Anthology is now available. Winter Wonderland 2022 features poetry and fiction by over sixty poets and writers from all over the world.

The paperback is available immediately for purchase and the Kindle eBook is available for pre-order and will be published on 21st December.

Here are the links for the paperback:

If you wish to purchase from a different Amazon marketplace, here is the anthology information to search for:


Paperback ISBN: 9798366884150

We hope you enjoy reading the anthology and if you like it, please do leave us a review.


Book shout: poetry collections by Bindweed contributor, Joan McNerney

Congratulations to Bindweed contributor, Joan McNerney, on the publication of her recent poetry collections from Cyberwit:

Joan has contributed poetry to Bindweed and was published in the Devil’s Guts Anthology in 2018 and Issue 3 and Issue 7.

We wish you all the best with your publications, Joan!


Book shout: poetry and fiction collections by Bindweed contributor, Neil leadbeater

Congratulations to Bindweed contributor, Neil Leadbeater, on the publication of his recent poetry and fiction books, The Man Who Loved Typewriters and The Gloucester Fragments, which can be bought by contacting


Neil has contributed poetry to Bindweed and was published in the Devil’s Guts Anthology in 2018 and Issue 10 in 2020.

We wish you all the best with your new publications, Neil!


Book Shout: new novel, The Blue Man, by Bindweed Editor in Chief, Leilanie Stewart

Congratulations to Bindweed Editor in Chief, Leilanie Stewart on the publication of her third novel, The Blue Man, on 29th July.

The Blue Man is a psychological literary horror novel. Here is the short description:

Twenty years ago teenage friends, Megan and Sabrina, destroyed their friendship after learning the terrifying Irish urban legend of the Blue Man and unleashing a sinister force into their lives. Now, as mothers-to-be, they reunite once more to confront the horror and trauma. Could they finally bury the past and change the fate of their families?

It’s free on Kindle Unlimited and is also available as a paperback and hardcover from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones, Foyles and other online retailers. Links are at Leilanie’s author website.