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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Bloodaxe Books Ltd (25 Sept. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1780371101
  • ISBN-13: 978-1780371108
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.3 x 19 cm
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I'll also be reading the exciting, eclectic anthology Ten: the new wave, which showcases work by some of the best young British black and Asian poets writing today. It's full of fantastic poems from (among others) Sarah Howe, Warsan Shire, Kayo Chingonyi and Mona Arshi, and will leave you feeling joyful about the future of poetry. --Liz Berry, Guardian(Summer Books 2015)

...a sampler of work by black minority ethnic poets that includes some of the best new verse to be found anywhere. --Fiona Sampson, Independent

These ten exciting poets record with confidence and vigour a tune rarely heard on these shores and this collection of their work is a boost to the body of contemporary British poetry. --Carol Ann Duffy

About the Author

Karen McCarthy Woolf writes poetry, drama and short fiction for print, online, broadcast and live platforms. In 2005 her play Dido, based on the life of a mixed-race girl who grew up in Kenwood House, Hampstead in the 1760s, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. She was also writer in residence at the Museum of Garden History and literature development agency Spread the Word. Her poetry chapbook The Worshipful Company of Pomegranate Slicers was selected as a New Statesman Book of the Year in 2006. her first full-length collection, An Aviary of Small Birds, is published by Carcanet in 2014. She has taught creative writing for agencies The Photographers' Gallery, City Lit, Southbank Centre, English PEN, the Arvon Foundation and others. In 2010 a selection of her recent poetry was published in Ten: new poets from Spread the Word (Bloodaxe, ed. Bernardine Evaristo and Daljit Nagra), an anthology showcasing the work of ten new poets selected for the The Complete Works development programme, and in 2014 her anthology Ten: the new wave is published in 2014 by Bloodaxe with the Complete Works. She has also edited two other anthologies, Bittersweet: Black Women's Contemporary Poetry (The Women's Press, 1998) and Kin (Serpent's Tail, 2004). She is an associate editor of Wasafiri, on the editorial board of Magma, and reviews for Modern Poetry in Translation.


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