A short history of synchronised breathing
A short history of synchronised breathing

You can buy Vanessa Gebbie's book of short stories here.

And you can read more about Vanessa and her work here.
 

Memorandum
Memorandum

You can buy Vanessa Gebbie's book of poems here.

And you can read more about Vanessa and her work here.
 

Michaela Ridgway & Clare Best @ Cell launch
Michaela Ridgway & Clare Best @ Cell launch

The result of collaboration between myself and the poet Clare Best, Cell is an innovatively designed pamphlet of Clare's award-winning long poem 'Cell', accompanied by my drawings. 

Buy a copy of Cell here.  

"An unusual pamphlet, both in physical form and concept. Clare Best’s award-winning sequence ‘Cell’ is in the voice of Christine Carpenter, a 14 year old girl who, in 1329, took a vow of ‘solitary devotion’ and became an anchoress. Accompanying the sequence are a number of powerful pen and charcoal sketches of the human (female) form by Michaela Ridgway (herself an accomplished poet)." - Robin Houghton

Pub. Frogmore Press, June 2016

A short history of synchronised breathing
Memorandum
Michaela Ridgway & Clare Best @ Cell launch
A short history of synchronised breathing

You can buy Vanessa Gebbie's book of short stories here.

And you can read more about Vanessa and her work here.
 

Memorandum

You can buy Vanessa Gebbie's book of poems here.

And you can read more about Vanessa and her work here.
 

Michaela Ridgway & Clare Best @ Cell launch

The result of collaboration between myself and the poet Clare Best, Cell is an innovatively designed pamphlet of Clare's award-winning long poem 'Cell', accompanied by my drawings. 

Buy a copy of Cell here.  

"An unusual pamphlet, both in physical form and concept. Clare Best’s award-winning sequence ‘Cell’ is in the voice of Christine Carpenter, a 14 year old girl who, in 1329, took a vow of ‘solitary devotion’ and became an anchoress. Accompanying the sequence are a number of powerful pen and charcoal sketches of the human (female) form by Michaela Ridgway (herself an accomplished poet)." - Robin Houghton

Pub. Frogmore Press, June 2016

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