Salt Book of Younger Poets by Roddy Lumsden

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The Salt Book of Younger Poets showcases a new generation of British poets born since the mid-80s. Many of these poets have used new technologies such as blogs, social networking and webzines to meet, mentor, influence and publish each other. Some of the poets here were winners of the Foyle young poet awards when at school. Some have published pamphlets in series such as tall-lighthouse Pilot and Faber New Poets. All of them are working away on first collections. This is a chance to encounter the poets who will dominate UK poetry in years to come.
 

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Published October 1, 2011 by Salt Publishing. 244 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The collection opens with a misleadingly Larkin-esque lyric, 'A Short Story of Falling', in which the water-cycle we all learned in secondary school becomes an allegory for reincarnation as "the story of the falling rain / that rises to the light and falls again."

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