AN East End singer has had her work published in a new poetry compilation.

Honor Logan, who is a singer in the band The Logans, will have her literacy works featured in The Poetry Pharmacy Returns which has been edited by international philanthropist William Sieghart. 

She joins Handmaid Tale author Margaret Atwood in the new book which has been published by Penguin Books.

The worldwide bestseller selects poetry that addresses the pressures and dilemmas of modern life and attempts to heal readers with wisdom imparted by the authors. 

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Honor, from Riddrie, wrote the poem, 'The Impossibility of Femininity' and it will be published among historic names in literature including Seamus Heaney, Wordsworth, Philip Larkin, and of course Margaret Atwood.

Honor said: "It’s been so exciting to be published with some of my favourite poets and find myself on the shelves of Waterstones with them! It feels surreal to have studied Seamus Heaney when I was at St Mungo’s Academy, to now have my poetry in a book alongside his.” 

William Sieghart not only selects the poetry after a worldwide search but also critiques them individually.

His word for Honor were full of praise, describing her poem as ​"a brilliantly uncompromising poem.” 

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