A Poetry Book Society reccomendation.
A collection of twelve contemporary poems that examine the subject of dust, exploring voids of our own personal environments. Under the subject of dust, readers can find an eclectic mix of themes explored, from death and grief to re-birth, love, and new beginnings.
A high-quality A6 pamphlet just right for traveling in your bag or pocket-and would make a fantastic Christmas gift for any poetry lover.
New and established voices include Luke Palmer, Sue Davies, Jane Burn, Ellora Sutton, and Sean Martin.
From Mad Hatter’s Review:
‘Ultimately, these poets take an often mournful and somber tone in their dealing with the word Dust, yet their wonderful craft of language and highly individual writing styles bring something new in every poem, making this bite-sized collection wholly satisfying and thought-provoking.’