‘These poems are never conventionally published: they skittle through the air into the hearts of whoever’s present, as gifts, ways of marking a moment that never comes again. They are poems of witness, poems that usher us over a threshold.’
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‘There’d be a jacket design, a blurb on the back, table of contents at the front, and often not a lot in between.’