John Stewart gives 'Mostly Hating Tories: poems by Janine Booth' a glowing review in the latest issue of Labour Briefing.
RMT's National President and poetry lover Peter Pinkney gives an insightful and positive review to Janine's book of verse.
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Book review time. I first met Janine Booth when she was 16, when she came to interview me at a gig the night Brighton reached the FA Cup final in 1983, which means I don’t remember much about it.
Click here to read this sad but fitting tribute to Bob Crow from UNISON activist Rosalind Hanmer, who had talked with Bob at the launch of Janine's book 'Plundering London Underground' a few weeks before his death.
Janine will be the feature writer at February's Loose Muse - the Poetry Society's monthly women's night at the Poetry Cafe, Betterton Street, Covent Garden. Janine will be performing poetry and reading extracts from her books, Guilty and Proud of It and Plundering London Underground, and answering audience questions.
There is also another feature writer and an open mic, so you get to hear lots of talented writers and readers.
This event will be rescheduled for the new year.
Janine Booth and other contributing poets read poems from the anthology Coronaverses: poems from the pandemic at a Brighton venue with Covid safety measures in place.
Five Leaves bookshop, publisher of Janine's biography of Minnie Lansbury, interviews Janine about writing, lockdown, politics, motivation and lots more. Warning: may contain book extracts and poetry.