"Judy Kendall’s poems… demand that we make connections. … they invite both sensual associations and the enquiring mind. … what is left unsaid is rich with sharply-cut details…"
Judy Kendall spent many years living and working in southern African and Japan. In addition to her debut poetry collection with Cinnamon Press, The Drier The Brighter, Kendall edited Edward Thomas's Poets (Carcanet) and is working on a book for Enitharmon Press on Edward Thomas's letters to Walter de la Mare. Kendall lectures in Creative Writing at the University of Salford.