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The Met Office Advises Caution

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Description for The Met Office Advises Caution Paperback. An intelligent, witty, warm-hearted debut by a leading contributor to New Poetries VI Num Pages: 72 pages. BIC Classification: DCF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 218 x 136 x 9. Weight in Grams: 116.
Shortlisted for The Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry First Collection Prize 2017. Rebecca Watts's debut collection is a witty, warm-hearted guide to the English landscape, and a fresh take on nature poetry. In assured style, Watts positions herself where Wordsworth, Frost and Hughes have stood; with an original point of view and an openness to the possibilities of form, she retunes the genre for modern ears. From the wide-open plains of ecology and social history to the intimate enclosures of dreams, homes and bodies, these poems approach their often-unusual subjects with the clarity and matter-of-factness of Simon Armitage and with ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Carcanet Press Ltd.
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Condition
New
Number of Pages
72
Place of Publication
Manchester, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781784102722
SKU
V9781784102722
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About Rebecca Watts
Rebecca Watts was born in Suffolk in 1983 and now lives in Cambridge, where she works in a library and as a freelance editor. In 2014 she was selected as one of the Poetry Trust's Aldeburgh Eight. Her first collection is due out from Carcanet in 2016.

Reviews for The Met Office Advises Caution
'What a joy to find a writer so capable of creating narrative within the poetic, humour within philosophy, wildness and drama within the quotidian. Watts has a rare, perceptive eye, searching intelligence and gorgeous levity. This is a striding and far from standard debut.' Sarah Hall; 'Rebecca Watts' poems adopt strange and illuminating vantage points - the bird's-eye view of ... Read more

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