Kathleen Jones

Kathleen Jones tells Frances Byrnes about the mythic relationships between people and their landscapes in her writing — be it a disturbing poem set in her now-abandoned childhood Cumbrian fell home, or fierce non-fiction about the Haida Gwaii islands.

Episode: 120
Date: 01-06-2017
Length: 29:08
With thanks to Templar Poetry for permission to use Kathleen's work.
Kathleen Jones

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