These are poems from the corners of the real, amazing world, where teenagers in love find refuge in the public spaces of a hospital, where a crisis in the pork-processing business enters the life of the imagination. Hamlet lives with his mother in Rossdowney; Anubis materialises on the Craigavon Bridge.
Ann McKay’s own voice is in the poems. It has the accent of the home place but it is not folksy; it can say what it likes:
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