In her first collection of poetry, Judy Brown’s straightforward manner and gift for ironic humor belie the artful complexities and the exacting observations evident in her work. This compilation is composed of edgy narratives featuring characters who will suffer for their modern sins as well as disquisitions on color, perception, ex-angels, spontaneous combustion, and other mysterious phenomena. These poems introduce an outstanding and original new voice in modern poetry, expressing a baroque quality with sudden modulations of tone and register and a keenly sensuous appreciation of the physical world.
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About the Author
Judy Brown is a lawyer and a poet. She is the recipient of the Poetry Society’s Hamish Canham Prize and the Manchester Poetry Prize and the winner of the Poetry London Competition and the Templar Pamphlet Competition for Pillars of Salt.