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    Publisher: Luath Press

    Strange Lights Over Bexleyheath

    £9.99
    This collection of poems ranges from dystopian visions of modern day London in 'Strange Lights over Bexleyheath', lust-driven nostalgia in 'Sligo Maid', to a sombre walk through Glasgow in 'In the Necropolis'.
    ISBN: 9781906817145
    AuthorMike Harding
    Pub Date01/10/2009
    BindingPaperback
    Pages128
    Availability: In Stock

    A poetic soap-opera where ancient mermaidens meet Glaswegian winos in a world that can only be described as doomed. This collection of poems ranges from dystopian visions of modern day London in 'Strange Lights over Bexleyheath', lust-driven nostalgia in 'Sligo Maid', to a sombre walk through Glasgow in 'In the Necropolis'. A manifestation of verse set in the past, present and future, this collection acts as both a tribute and parody to the literary greats as well as being a provocative read in its own right.

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    A poetic soap-opera where ancient mermaidens meet Glaswegian winos in a world that can only be described as doomed. This collection of poems ranges from dystopian visions of modern day London in 'Strange Lights over Bexleyheath', lust-driven nostalgia in 'Sligo Maid', to a sombre walk through Glasgow in 'In the Necropolis'. A manifestation of verse set in the past, present and future, this collection acts as both a tribute and parody to the literary greats as well as being a provocative read in its own right.