In David Clink's long-awaited fourth collection of speculative genre poetry, a poet-master craftsman paints articulate and detailed portraits of his life and experiences with tremendous skill and accomplishment. There is heart here, a love of family (no matter how strange that family may be), ghosts, a séance, shape shifters, a dragon made of words, an insect caught between dimensions, and a road that can feel your every footfall.
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About the Author
David Clink: David’s poetry has appeared in over 50 journals and 20 anthologies.He has two collections published by Tightrope Books: Eating Fruit Out of Season (2008) and Monster (2010). He edited an anthology of environmental poetry called: A Verdant Green (The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2010). His third collection, Crouching Yak, Hidden Emu, was published by The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box in 2012. In 2014 Piquant Press launched David’s speculative poetry chapbook: If the World were to Stop Spinning.