First Edition Published 2009; Second Edition 2011
Marchini’s first solo collection of poetry dissects the world he sees around him, breaking it down into its constituent parts and rebuilding with a dark but tender and willful vision.
About the author:
1. poet; born in London in the twentieth century
“Marchini’s poetry is strikingly visceral, sensual and thoughtful. These carefully-crafted pieces often cause the reader to double-take, to delve back into their emotional and physical mysteries. The Anatomist introduces a subtle and surprising new voice, as witty and intelligent as it is tender.” – Abi Curtis
“A revelation of the self to the surrounding world, making it a statement against various weapons of totalitarian ugliness… art is wielded with skill and sensitivity to enable an individual to set himself apart.” – Christopher Hobday