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'Prepare to be immersed in the heat and vibrancy of Florida's natural world, full of such sensual detail that to read it is to breathe it in.' -Jo Shapcott [review of Greyhound Night Service]


Greyhound Night Service

I have finally dusted the last remaining cobwebs of my PhD out of my study, and right in time for an important arrival in the post: a beautiful box of books, Greyhound Night Service, my new pamphlet now out with Maquette!

I am thrilled to have found such a fitting home for the poetry that has long-preoccupied my imagination. When I came upon the submissions page at Maquette, and the following statement, I felt immediately akin to the publisher: 'We have a preference for [...] poems written in sequence, or chapbooks which are a discrete project in themselves.' 

The main flow of Greyhound Night Service is a sequence of poems that were inspired by my journeys down the Chassahowitzka River just off the Gulf Coast of Florida. I spent my childhood not far south of there, yet this specific local river only came into my acquaintance in early adulthood, once I began to investigate further afield and to take voyages into the landscape of Florida that was remote from the cities and su…

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