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Interview: Julian Brasington

Julian’s work combines the lyrical and political. Ambiguous, imagistic, it encourages us to see the world differently, encouraging multiple understandings and different readings. Here, he reads and discusses his poem, Home to the Hebrides, which was published in Ink, Sweat and Tears in June 2020.… Read more

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Interview: Matthew M C Smith

Matthew’s work is evocative and sincere without being sentimental. His poetry frequently uses landscape as a means to explore ideas and intersections of time, space and human stories, using powerful imagery that takes the reader on a journey full of multiple transformations.  On the blurb… Read more