The Lightbulb has Stigmata
A stunning (and startling) debut collection of daring, thought-provoking, multi-voiced poems from a rising star of the UK scene.
According to Helen Farish,”the voices we hear in this beguiling collection unsettle and engage the reader precisely because they speak without apparently having any designs on their audience—the hospital waitress, the woman seeing stigmata in a lightbulb, the undergraduate who sits ‘failing with victory ticks on [her] trainers’. These are captivating poems from a poet of great promise.”
The Onslaught Press
Paperback; 216 x 140mm