Strands

Paperback edition released 06/06/2013

by Jean Sprackland

Strands Synopsis

Strands describes a year's worth of walking on the ultimate beach: inter-tidal and constantly turning up revelations: mermaid's purses, lugworms, sea potatoes, messages in bottles, buried cars, beached whales and a perfect cup from a Cunard liner. This is a series of meditations prompted by walking on the wild estuarial beaches of Ainsdale Sands between Blackpool and Liverpool, Strands is about what is lost and buried then discovered, about all the things you find on a beach, dead or alive, about flotsam and jetsam, about mutability and transformation - about sea-change.

About This Edition

ISBN: 9780099532439
Publication date: 6th June 2013
Author: Jean Sprackland
Publisher: Vintage an imprint of Vintage Publishing
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 256 pages
Primary Genre Autobiography: writers

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ISBN: 9780099532439
Publication date: 06/06/2013
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About Jean Sprackland

Jean Sprackland is the author of five previous poetry collections, including Tilt, which won the 2007 Costa Poetry Award. She has also published a book of non-fiction, Strands: A Year of Discoveries on the Beach, which won the 2012 Portico Prize. She lives in London.

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