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A New Beginning

Continuing their poetic dialogue, begun in 2016 with the criticall acclaimed Speak From Here to There, poets Kwame Dawes and John Kinsella explore commonalities and difference, the results reminding us of how poetry can offer comfort and solace, and how it can ignite the peculiar creative frenzy that enriches.

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Author(s)
Kwame Dawes, John Kinsella
ISBN
9781845234249
Pages
128
Price
£10.99
Classification
Poetry
Setting
United States of America, Australia
Date published
13 Sep 2018

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John Kinsella

John Kinsella's many books of poetry include Armour (Picador, 2010), Jam Tree Gully (WW Norton, 2012) and Drowning in Wheat: Selected Poems (Picador, 2016). He has published work in all genres and across a few of them as well, and collaborated with many artists, composers, writers and poets. He is a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and Professor of Literature and Sustainability at Curtin University.

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Kwame Dawes

Kwame Dawes is the author of over thirty books, and is widely recognized as one the Caribbean’s leading writers. He is Glenna Luschei Editor of Prairie Schooner and a Chancellor’s Professor of English at the University of Nebraska. His latest book from Peepal Tree Press is Wheels, his sixteenth book of poems.

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