Venus Papers Paperback – 1 Sep 2015
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"Lydia is one of the new, intriguing voices of her time."
- Jean 'Binta' Breeze, MBE.;
"Eloquent, witty, rhythmically tight. These poems are wry yet also compassionate, curious, there's an impressive control here"
- David Belbin
"Lydia Towsey's poetry bubbles with wry observations and quick-witted delights that are genuine and loaded with charm. There is attentiveness to the sound and shape that makes her poems immediate, aloud and alive."
- Jane Commance
"I love the way her performances convey specifically female experiences without pulling any punches."
--Michael Horovitz OBE
About the Author
Lydia Towsey is a poet exploring her Hungarian, Welsh/British heritage and her experience of growing up in the multicultural city of Leicester. She draws on her experience as an artist's life model to challenge the idea of the 'passive nude' and discuss the way we look at ourselves, the world and each other. Lydia has won a Decibel commission and been shortlisted for the Bridport Poetry Prize. She has spoken at the House of Lords and presented at Plymouth University's Zombie Symposium.