Publication Date: 26 May 2022
Jo Clement's first collection confronts Romantic impressions of British Gypsy ethnicity and lyrically lays them to rest. From Wordsworth to Top Gear, her poems invite us to consider notions of otherness, trespass and craft. She steps between ancient stopping places and mardy council estates to trill elegiac Romanes, English, and birdsong about witches, wild camping and Silver Cross prams....
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Publication Date: 23 Jun 2022
Claire Askew on Start the Week discussing witches and her new collection How to burn a woman. Online reviews. Best Scottish Poems 2021. Interview on BBC Radio 3's Nort...
Clare Pollard shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best Single Poem 2022 for her poem 'Pollen'.
Anne Rouse will be reading at The Hastings Bookshop on Thursday 28 July. Her joint online launch for Ox-Eye is available to watch on Youtube.
André Naffis-Sahely will be at Manchester Poetry Library on 28 June, along with several other events around the UK. The online launch with our other June titles is now...
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