Poetry on the cut: pt. 1

In light of celebrating one year of narrow boat life this summer, I thought it was about time to spend some time reading up on the literary culture of the canals. It doesn’t take much digging to find that canal poetry has been a bit of a ‘thing’ for some time. It appears there is … Continue reading Poetry on the cut: pt. 1

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A love letter to…Loop of Jade by Sarah Howe

Sarah Howe’s Loop of Jade won The T S Eliot back in 2015, and I first read it myself about six months ago, but it has taken till now (a day sick off work) to find the time to express how much pleasure I got from reading the book. Howe’s Chinese-Anglo background is the foundation … Continue reading A love letter to…Loop of Jade by Sarah Howe