Patrick Woodcock’s eighth book of poetry is the first written in one geographical location, the Kurdish North of Iraq. Woodcock lived in three cities over two years where he worked as a teacher and lecturer while traveling extensively throughout the region collecting material for this book. Mixed with poems both serious and humorous, long and short, this is the work of a poet who cannot live or create without uprooting himself to our world’s most misunderstood and misrepresented regions.
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Published April 1, 2012
by ECW Press.
Literature & Fiction.