Published by Red Squirrel Press
Cynthia Fuller’s sixth collection looks back to the shifting estuary landscape of her youth and its continuing haunting presence. She writes about the characters and events that never go away, the changing sense of family relationships, the unexpected encounters, and the different ways in which we carry the past with us.
Cynthia Fuller published five collections with Flambard Press between 1992 and 2009. She was a poetry editor for Writing Women, and has co-edited several anthologies, including The Poetry Cure with Julia Darling (Bloodaxe, 2005) and North by North-East with Andy Croft (Iron Press, 2006). She worked as a creative writing tutor in Higher and Adult Education, most recently at Newcastle University. Her poems have appeared in many magazines and anthologies.