‘Trapped by greed in a giant chocolate egg, and of course he didn’t want to be there at all when he was stuck; he had fuck all interest in being ‘in the moment’, but I was OK.’
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Martina Evans joins host Julia Copus to discuss two favourite classic poems: ‘They Flee From Me’ by Sir Thomas Wyatt, suggested by Martina, and ‘Aspens’ by Edward Thomas, suggested by Julia, in the first installment of our new 'Poetry Break' series.
‘I use writing to figure out where I fit in: where my responsibility begins and ends, and what shape it is.’
‘I’m suspicious of barriers and signs, warning notices; a sense of a right or wrong side to be on.’