Hard up. Head down. Scarf, gloves, parka He spits brown phlegm at the oncoming darkness. Exhausting being fear-struck; howling, weak-willed.
Kate Daniels - Poetry and Prose
Much nicer to be bathing in the glare of all that we have built to shine and soothe us what use are eyes at all in times like this? Topics Poetry. We reserve the right to remove any content at any time from this Community, including without limitation if it violates the Community Standards. We ask that you report content that you in good faith believe violates the above rules by clicking the Flag link next to the offending comment or by filling out this form.
New comments are only accepted for 3 days from the date of publication.
- Medbh McGuckian and John Kelly bring sensuous pleasure and maturity in their poems;
- Wakeling, Kate, Poet Performances.
- Changes in the Arctic: Background and Issues for Congress.
- Kate Bingham.
- US Army, Technical Manual, TM 5-4320-305-24, PUMP UNIT, CENTRIFUGAL, HOSELINE, DIESEL-ENGINE-DRIVEN, 600GPM 150 PSI MODEL US612ACD-1, (NSN 4320-01-193-3429).
- Last Friday Poetry Group Presents: Jessica Mehta and Kate Gray | The Book Bin.
- Napa (Images of America).
Subscriber Only. For the Record by David Cameron: A decent book by a decent man.
The Confession: three women mine the truth of motherhood. The Undying: deeply thought-provoking account of living with cancer. The Book Club.
Share this article
Sign up to the weekly Irish Times books newsletter for features, podcasts and more. Most Read in Culture. Short stories. Deus Absconditus, a short story by Mary Costello. Transatlantic Railroad, a short story by Mary M Burke. Locksmiths, a short story by Wendy Erskine. Book reviews. A Short History of Falling: A brave memoir in the face of death. Folklore of Cornwall by Ronald James: a Celtic nation with links to many cultures. New poetry. Poem of the week: The Names of the Rat.
Happy birthday. This garage was the stable of the taxi horses when they pulled their way, steaming, up from the coast.
- Kate Tempest performs a selection of poems from Running Upon the Wires!
- Palm Sunday!
- Nashville Music before Country (Images of America)?
- Hysterectomy A-Z;
- Kate Foley.
- Poetry book of the month: Feral by Kate Potts.
- Books latest.
A sumptuous cover for a sumptuous read that is full of nooks and crannies, things in plain view, just off the edge of the page to track, or exquisitely placed on the shelf of the line. There is a sense of slow contemplation, of lingering and then releasing.
Inside and beyond the pulsing image, there are rich layers to dawdle over. It is dedicated to Alice Leila Chidgey. Again the aromatic detail, the movement that is andante rather than allegro , and the layers that are brought into life by the terrific ending. Kate Camp has published five collections of poetry. She is the Katherine Mansfield Menton Fellow.