In the informal rituals of the tide remaking its tideline, of a painter absorbed in the act of painting or of an old couple greeting the night, the English poet Kate Miller sees and charts the creative process at work. As its title suggests, Miller's striking debut collection explores perception, the poet's eye and ear trained on distances that stretch beyond comfort zones. This is a book full of movement: even quiet reflections on home and family life are rarely still.
Publication date: 30/04/2015
|Publication date:||30th April 2015|
|Categories:||Poetry by individual poets,|
The English poet, Kate Miller, grew up in Hampshire and now lives in London. In 2012 she completed her PhD while teaching Poetry (modern and historical) courses in the English department at Goldsmiths, University of London. She was awarded the Edwin Morgan International Poetry Prize in 2008 and has received a number of other awards. Selected for Best British Poetry 2011 (Salt) and again in 2013, her poems have recently been seen in Long Poem Magazine, The Reader, Poetry Review, Warwick Review, and the TLS where she also contributes an occasional column introducing a 'Poem of the Week'. She co-hosts readings and workshops for ...More About Kate Miller