Happiness, typewriters and the poetic line are just three of the subjects under the spotlight in this stimulating book of essays by prolific literary blogger Katy Evans-Bush. Re-evaluations of Ted Hughes and Dylan Thomas jostle alongside a personal recollection of Michael Donaghy, studies of Ian Duhig and Dorothy Molloy, a search for forgotten war poet Eloise Robinson, and practical guides for writers.
Katy Evans-Bush combines the intellectual scholarship of the literary critic with the dynamism of a seasoned traveller in the blogosphere. The result is essential reading for anyone interested in poetry and culture from the turn of the twentieth century to today.
Wednesday 2 December, 7pm
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