Good news, Close Reading by Floyd Skloot is to be featured... see announcement below from the PBS....
The Spring Bulletin will arrive with members in mid-February, and in case you
missed them first time round, the Choice and Recommendations are as
John Burnside - All One
Breath (Jonathan Cape)
Atkinson - So Many Moving Parts (Bloodaxe)
Vona Groarke - X
Jen Hadfield - Byssus (Picador)
Hugo Williams - I
Knew the Bride (Faber)
Lavinia Greenlaw - A Double Sorrow: Troilus &
trans. Michael Hofmann - Impromptus (Faber)
We'll also be
featuring new collections from Richard Berengarten, Floyd Skoot, Toby Martinez
de las Rivas, Selima Hill, Terry Cree and Paul Farley, to name but a few!
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