Two Kinds of Silence
In Two Kinds of SilenceKathryn Lomer explores natural as well as inner landscapes, and turns her full focus of attention to things somatic, linguistic, tidal, seasonal, geographical, even floral, roving from kitchen to coast, Tasmania to Ethiopia. It is an exciting follow-up to Extraction of Arrows, her award-winning first collection of poems.
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