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“These poems are a love-letter to the Welsh Countryside”

There is a review of Chris Kinsey’s From Rowan Ridge” in the #58 issue of THE JOURNAL

You can read more about the collection, and order a copy here

Also on From Rowan Ridge by Chris Kinsey –

from Robert Minhinnick: I thoroughly recommend From Rowan Ridge, a celebration of a poet’s endless curiosity, yet a book with an inescapable bittersweet quality.

from Fiona Sampson: From Rowan Ridge is a joyous and transformative book. The natural world bursts from every page but these are not simply descriptions. In them, Chris Kinsey is keeping faith with the best purposes of poetry, and with the countryside she knows and loves so well.

from Keith Chandler: Chris Kinsey has a wonderful eye for the details of natural history matched with a poet’s playful accuracy of language.

from Ink, Sweat & Tears (Pat Edwards): Kinsey is so much more than a fine nature writer, but an observer of the interaction between people and places, sights and sounds, myth and reality.

Here is a screenshot of the review by Emma Lee. Thank you Sam Smith for sending the copy of The Journal and for supporting poetry:



You can go to a workshop and performance with both Chris Kinsey and Kaite O’Reilly on 23rd November 2019:



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