Thursday, April 14, 2016
Canterbury Poets Bounce Back
People talked about quake brain, but the Canterbury earthquakes, despite or because of this, generated amazing bursts of creativity: music, dance, astonishing street art,
One hundred and forty-eight poems cover the whole range of the experience. Here are sorrow, resignation, defiance, stoicism, humour black and wry, and everything in between.
Leaving the Red Zone - poems from the Canterbury earthquakes
edited by James Norcliffe and Joanna Preston
Published by Clerestory Press
180 pages, soft-bound