Tag Archive: Vagabond Voices

INTENSE MOMENTS WITH STRANGERS: ‘The Spit, the Sound and the Nest’ by Kathrine Sowerby

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Kathrine Sowerby, The Spit, the Sound and the Nest (Vagabond Voices, 2017) By Sarah Spence When Felix in Kathrine Sowerby’s The Spit, the Sound and the Nest asks Rita if “it’s wrong to leave… Continue reading

“SO BIRD TONGUES WAG”: POETRY FROM VICKI HUSBAND’S NEW COLLECTION, ‘THIS FAR BACK EVERYTHING SHIMMERS’

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VICKI HUSBAND’S first degree was in Fine Art before she trained as an Occupational Therapist; she now works for the NHS. In 2010 she gained a Masters degree in Creative Writing from the University… Continue reading

“DOWN THE JETWAY”: POETRY FROM THERESA MUÑOZ’S NEW COLLECTION ‘SETTLE’

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THERESA MUÑOZ was born in Vancouver and lives in Edinburgh. She holds a BFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia and a PhD in Scottish Literature from the University of… Continue reading

WMDs among the Heather: Radical Nature Poetry Finds its Voice

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Gerry Loose, Fault Line (Vagabond Voices, 2014) by Laurie Donaldson This timely new work by Gerry Loose is not really a collection but rather a single poem stretched across the landscape of the book.… Continue reading

Selected Poems from Gerry Loose’s ‘Fault Line’

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ECOCRITICISM NOW: The essays, reviews, and poetry collected in this thread trace responses to the interlinked terms nature, ecology, and ecocriticism, all of which have come to occupy increasingly important roles in a… Continue reading