Adamah'a poet at the height of his inspiration.' Michael Symmons Roberts, TLS'a deceptively readable poetry that leaves phrases and images in the mind as the best poems should.' Gillian Clarke, The David Jones Journal
About the Author
Jeremy Hooker was born in 1941 and is a poet, critic, teacher and broadcaster. He has published ten collections of poetry, of which the most recent are Our Lady of Europe (Enitharmon, 1997), and Adamah (Enitharmon, 2002). His other books include Writers in a Landscape, Imagining Wales: a View of Modern Welsh Writing in English, studies of David Jones and John Cowper Powys, and Welsh Journal. He has edited writings by Alun Lewis, Frances Bellerby, Richard Jefferies, and Wilfred Owen. Jeremy Hooker has taught in universities in Wales, England, the Netherlands and the USA and is currently Professor of English at the University of Glamorgan.