Poems from Notes From a Bright Field by Rose Cook

July 23rd, 2013 § 0 comments

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Four poems from our latest publication Notes From a Bright Field by Rose Cook appear on Symmetry Pebbles poetry and  ezine: ‘The Wall’, ‘Naming’, ‘You Don’t Need to Wear a Fish Head to Feel Weird’ and ‘A Close Call’. The last of these depicts a brilliant imagined meeting between Damien Hirst and a bear – where the artist comes off worse.

You can read the poems on the Symmetry Pebbles website by clicking here.

Find out more about Notes From a Bright Field  and buy a copy here.

Symmetry Pebbles are offering a free copy of Unauthorised Person by Philip Kane to one lucky new subscriber during July. All you need to do is subscribe to their newsletter and write ‘Cultured Llama’ in the box that asks how you heard about Symmetry Pebbles. A winner will be drawn at random on 1 August 2013. You can subscribe here.

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