In this new collection, Ian Pople explores the boundaries of religious and linguistic certainty.
A series of finely crafted epiphanies blend the sacred and the secular with subtle perceptions of the commonplace to explore the possibilities of a contemporary faith.
Of his first collection, The Glass Enclosure (Arc, 1996), which was awarded a PBS Recommendation and short-listed for the Forward Prize Best First Collection, Jeff Nuttall in The Independent: "What saves Pople from being another despondent poetic voice is his skill with the extraordinary."
ISBN 1 900072 98 X
Published September 2004