The poems in Tony Curtis's new collection are woven out of his fascination with the everyday, the quirky, the downright extraordinary, poems wrapped up in love and death, friendship and memory, madness and music — from the blind man singing in a field, to his three Cistercian uncles singing plainchant.
There are folk at the heart of everything Tony Curtis writes. He is a born storyteller, and these are poems crafted by a poet with a wonderful ability to express great depth of feeling with deceptive simplicity.
ISBN: 978-1906570-74-3 (pbk), 978-1906570-75-0 (hbk)
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
Published February 2011