Publications

The following publications are available now:

Every Last Biscuit

Every Last Biscuit is the name of Lytisha’s 2017 pamphlet published by Green Feather Books. It is a collection reflecting on the loss of her brother and mother.

A Backpack on his Backpack

A Backpack on his Backpack is a collection of place and travel poems from Lytisha, published by Poetry Aloud, October 2019.

World Jam Anthology

World Jam Anthology. A collection of poetry from World Jam, Nottingham’s global poetry and music collective.


A Backpack on his Backpack is a collection of place and travel poems from Lytisha, published by Poetry Aloud, October 2019.

Lytisha has an eye for the world around her and a skill in bringing the quirky and the colourful to life. Bright and lyrical, this is poetry for the modern age. Sue Allen

Get your sandwiches out and come travelling through these words with a goat, and a boat, and a Bottle-nose, over decaying bleached corals via the M1. Feel the moments, the squawkward and the tender.  Michelle Mother Hubbard

If you’re ready to be taken on a journey, come with me and dive in. Listen out for whispers of mermaids, stop off at the circus, but not the big top, until finally back in Nottingham dancing on the local bus. There is MORE to find inside the pages of A Backpack on his Backpack.  Dwane Reads

A Backpack on his Backpack can be purchased here. Please make your payment of £4.75 per copy, which includes UK postage, and write the delivery address in the comments.

The World Jam Anthology is a collection of poems written by members of World Jam, Nottingham’s global poetry and music collective. There are poems from speakers of more than twenty languages, some in their native tongue, some in translation and some in English. The collection was edited by Lytisha Tunbridge and published by Green Feather Books.

World Jam Anthology can be purchased here. Please make your payment of £7.75 per copy, which includes UK postage, and write the delivery address in the comments.

Every Last Biscuit is the name of Lytisha’s 2017 pamphlet published by Green Feather Books. It is a collection reflecting on the loss of her brother and mother.

These are hearty, meaningful poems, full of wide-eyed wonder, and more quirky         optimism than sadness.” Rory Waterman.

A really coherent and accomplished collection and I really like the sparse, reserved quality of the writing.” Leanne Moden

PS hope you won’t mind me saying, these are wonderful poems,  ‘small things’ really got me.” Keith @ Russell Press

Every Last Biscuit can be purchased here. Please make your payment of £6.75 per copy, which includes UK postage, and write the delivery address in the comments.