...witty, realistic and imaginative. Auden, Hayden and Uccello live in his pages as happily as snooker stars, Tesco and Extra Strong Mints Peter Porter, Observer ...a mature assurance which results in poems that are always entertaining and frequently something more Carol Ann Duffy, Guardian ...brilliant at evoking the tender details of a working-class childhood in the 1960s - 'after the war and before give peace a chance' Andy Croft, Morning Star
About the Author
Peter Sansom is the director of the Poetry Business and the editor of the North Magazine and Smith/Doorstop Books. He is the author of Everything You’ve Heard is True and January and the recipient of the Arts Council Literature Award. He has contributed poems to a number of publications, including the Guardian and the Observer.