serendipity: collector's edition

published december 06 2019

liv chalmers' serendipity is her first collection of self-published poetry. recognising love, loss, the pain in mental illness and the writing process itself through her poetry, each entry offers a seemingly 'happy accident' conjured in a serendipitous moment of intense feeling. she explores the ways in which her words depict emotion, and how an audience can interpret something so complex into a relatable or empathetic piece of writing.

the collector's edition includes a brand new section full of poetry named "luna". the section includes 50+ new poems from throughout 2019 and is all tied together with a brand new cover. 

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serendipity: collector's edition paperback

serendipity: collector's edition e-book

eden.

published may 03 2019

eden is chalmers' second collection of poetry. after the success of serendipity over the last six months, this shorter collection acts as an interval between her main collections already published and upcoming, focusing on metaphorical nature and the issues of our deteriorating planet. as nature is one of her favourite things to write and read about, this publication centres on works inspired by climate change activists and bees, trees and seas campaigners.

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eden paperback

eden e-book

serendipity

published nov 23 2018

liv chalmers' serendipity is her first collection of self-published poetry. recognising love, loss, the pain in mental illness and the writing process itself through her poetry, each entry offers a seemingly 'happy accident' conjured in a serendipitous moment of intense feeling. she explores the ways in which her words depict emotion, and how an audience can interpret something so complex into a relatable or empathetic piece of writing.

available for purchase:

serendipity paperback

serendipity e-book

hades + persephone

published mar 01 2018

published in her school + college's own we are writers, this was chalmers' first official publishing. the collection centres on creative pieces from students from ages 11 to 18 whilst studying in chalmers' hometown, birmingham.

the piece of short fiction centres on greek mythological couple hades and persephone, interpreted through chalmers' own perspective with a modern day twist. 

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hades + persephone