Alison Lock takes her inspiration from dreams, memories, childhood days in Devon and from the wild landscapes of the Yorkshire Pennines and beyond for this sensuous and imaginative collection.
This new anthology of Quaker poets, from well-known names to exciting newcomers, offers a wide-ranging exploration of the real world, seen through a distinctively Quaker poetic lens.
Stevie Krayer is the ground-daughter of Jewissh immigrants from Eastern Europe and is herself an immigrant, to Wales.
Outstanding in the work of Maggie Norton, is her ability to write convincingly in many different personae. An accessible poet, she uses humour and wit to explore social and moral issues.