Poetry by individual poets

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    Joseph enlists with a temp agency and starts to pick up casual shifts in the fish processing plants and abattoirs of Brittany. A novel in verse that captures the mundane, the beautiful and the strange, in poignant contrast with the blood and sweat of the factory floor.

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    A beautiful and searching debut collection exploring shame, love and healing, from a thrilling new voice.

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    ‘How To Wash A Heart’ is a collection published in the UK, depicting the complex relations that emerge between an immigrant guest and a citizen host. Drawn from a performance at the ICA in London in 2019, and using poetry as a mode of interrogation that is both rigorous, compassionate, surreal, comic, painful and tender, the writer asks difficult and urgent questions about the limits of inclusion, hospitality and care.