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The Man Who Beat Two Swans [Pamphlet]

Peter Ardern


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19 April 2010
Peter Ardern's poetry is rich and resonant. A powerful voice finds expression in 'The Man Who Beat Two Swans.' A great debut for Supplement Publications Poetry Pamphlets.

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Pete Ardern hails from Nantwich in Cheshire and spent his early life as a drifter, working on farms and in industry and travelling around Europe. He eventually trained to be an FE Lecturer and it was only after a short piece was published in The Times that he began to write seriously. He became an accomplished poet, published widely, then turned to writing novels, initially for young adults. As a teacher, he became all too aware that young people had become disconnected from their history and environment. He set out to write something earthy, immediate and informative. The resulting Billy Ingham series has received critical acclaim - the fourth and fifth are on their way soon. He now lives in Hull, Yorkshire and continues, meanwhile, to write and perform his poetry in the North of England - look out for one of his gigs....He was recently shortlisted for the Grist Poetry Prize and appears in their new anthology (A Complicated Way of Being Ignored, 2012).

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Supplement Publications presents the work of talented poets in pamphlet form. The project is an on-going commitment to discovering and presenting new poets in a simple and accessible format.


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