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"Her work has always been characterized by a concern with stillness and natural detail . . . and, most of all, by a quiet lyricism and delight." —Charles Bainbridge, Guardian
"Brackenbury loves, lives, hymns, and rhymes the natural world and its people like no other poet." —Gillian Clarke, National Poet of Wales
"Brackenbury's poetry is acute and present. Hers is a contemporary, prescient response." —Philip Gross, poet, Deep Field
About the Author
Alison Brackenbury is a poet with more than 30 years of experience and the author of 1829 and Singing in the Dark. She is the recipient of the Cholmondeley Award and has had her work broadcasted on BBC Radios 3 and 4.
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