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The Opposite of Cabbage (Salt Modern Poets S.) [Paperback]

Rob A. Mackenzie

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22 Jan 2010 Salt Modern Poets S.
Throughout this collection, opposites collide - reality and delusion, political activism and apathy, friend and enemy, life and death. These poems cut away at convention and simmer with unsettling, dramatic images. Ironic and humorous, complex and engaging, you can't do without The Opposite of Cabbage.

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Rob A. Mackenzie was born in Glasgow but now lives and works in Leith. He has published two full collections and two pamphlets of poems. 'The Clown of Natural Sorrow' (HappenStance, 2005) has sold out. 'The Opposite of Cabbage'(Salt, 2009) was warmly reviewed in the TLS, The Times, Magma etc. 'Fleck and the Bank' (Salt, 2012) chronicles the life and disappearance of a bank employee during the financial crisis. 'The Good News' (Salt, 2013) centres on the struggle for happiness. Poems from it have appeared in The Guardian, Financial Times, and The Scotsman.

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Intellectual resourcefulness formal assurance and a copious imagination underpin MacKenzie’s intuitive mastery of our post – almost- everything, huge, tiny, sad, happy, global Scottish moment (Donny O’Rourke Northwords Now)

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Restrained, intelligent, quietly ironic poems, so precise and assured in their craft that they sometimes sail into liquid light. (Helena Nelson)

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