Published by Smith/Doorstop (The Poetry Business)
A unique and illuminating poetry collection from Cliff Yates. He discusses themes of childhood, of love, and of his perspective on the world which the poet Ian McMillan calls ‘ultimately Yatesian’.
Yates’ past collections include Henry’s Clock, winner of the Aldeburgh prize, and Selected Poems (Smith/Doorstop ebook). He wrote Jumpstart Poetry in the Secondary School during his time as Poetry Society poet-in-residence. He is a tutor for the Arvon Foundation and is currently Royal Literary Fund Fellow at Aston University.