Book of the Week: Chronotopia

‘Fox has a gift for anecdote, a lively ear that catches the nuances and shifting fashions of everyday speech, and a strong sense of rhythm and musicality.’ Ian Parks, Critical Survey

Kate Fox's Chronotopia is a collection of poems written from a variety of residencies and thoughts. From Glastonbury and the Great North Run to a Muslim girl's school in Bradford, Chronotopia documents her diverse experiences and performances.

Kate Fox is a writer and performer from Bradford who keeps her Northern roots at the heart of everything she does. She is a regular speaker and panellist for radio shows and has toured the country with her stand-up comedy. She is currently two years into a PhD at the University of Leeds, looking at class, gender, 'Northernness' and solo stand-up performance. Fox will be taking part in the "Contains Strong Language" poetry festival programmed by the BBC in Hull. 

You can buy Chronotopia here