“Carbon” – Elisabeth Kelly (Print Edition)

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“Carbon” – Elisabeth Kelly  (Print Edition)

Official Release Date: 21st January 2022

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Description

Carbon is a collection about life in all its smallest details and largest concerns. It spans from positive across negative to the more neutral moments in life. It is a group of poems aimed at making us stop and feel and lastly celebrate the beauty all around.

 

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“An intimate yet sweeping collection from a startling new voice on the scene- from ephemeral landscapes to insightful recollection, these poems will resonate with you long after the last page”

– Susan Ireland Author of Sight Unseen

“Kelly’s poems practically sing “like prayer cushions intricately / woven with patterns of / the past”. They are filled with moments exquisite delicacy and a freshness so needed in the hubbub of everyday life. Memories of grandmothers, sewing with mother, sunny picnics and picked periwinkles tied up with love and laughter – this is a book we all need after 2020!”

– Haley Jenkins Editor Selcouth Station Press

“This exquisitely-crafted poetry collection is an extraordinary combination of delicacy and strength. In it Elisabeth explores the building blocks of our lives (nature, hope, family, love) with a fresh honesty that makes for a moving and utterly beautiful book.”

– Charlotte Oliver, Poet


About Elizabeth Kelly

Elisabeth Kelly started writing poetry during the March 2020 lockdown. She lives on a Scottish hill farm with her young family and works as a Principal Early Years Teacher. She has been published in a number of Hedgehog Press anthologies, two Hybriddreich Anthologies, and has work or will have work published in a number of digital and print publications including Dreich Magazine, Forest Publishing Dodging the Rain, Dawntreader, The Honest Ulsterman, Selcouth Station, Eyeflash Poetry, Fragmented Voice and Green Ink. Her poetry is inspired by family life, mental health, and a sense of place. Her poem Sister was Shortlisted for the International Antony Cronin Poetry Award in 2020.

She believes that poetry should be for everyone and hopes to write beautiful, accessible poems where people can recognise themselves. She loves the changes of seasons and chocolate puddings.

 


Product details

  • Paperback : 32 pages
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1-913499-65-5
  • Product Dimensions : 14.81 x 0.36 x 21.01 cm
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