This Woman
Nancy Charley

This Woman, is an extended praise poem reminding me a little of the Welsh bard’s I am Taliesin but iq option with more mystery and adroitness, and without a hint of his boastfulness. The language is strong, rooted and engrained with womaness. I traced the rocks, the veins of wounds and rush of streams with my fingertips. I heard her deep calls and followed her flights. Each poem, an epiphany; the collection, extraordinary.”

 Abegail Morley, author of Forward Prize shortlisted
How to Pour Madness into a Teacup and Snow Child

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The Cheering Rain
Kate Adams

“Opening Kate Adams’ exhilarating first collection is like emerging from a dark alleyway into the noise and colour of an African street market… but they are in her own country, England. She works on behalf of refugees and she is passionately involved with the people she works for.”

– Hubert Moore, poet and writing mentor for refugees

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