Lotte Kramer came to Britain as a child refugee, leaving her parents in Hitler's Germany. In some respects she is a 'Holocaust' poet but she is much more than that. She is fascinated by the two cultures she has lived under, by the landscape of the East Anglian Fens, by the many histories she sees around her.
"She conveys an understanding of the wider import that everyday objects magically conceal and reveal." - Times Literary Supplement