Published by Cinnamon Press
“A sequence that explores the image, and the actuality, of spies, and draws upon that image to explore a cluster of metaphorical associations of spying, including secretiveness and paranoia. In the same vein it explores the dominance of this spying sensibility as it was spawned by the history of the Cold War.” Ian Gregson
Jenny Morris writes poems and fiction. Her work has been published in many journals and anthologies and read on radio. She has travelled and taught, and spent much time in Germany, Singapore and USA. She lives in Norfolk. Keeping Secrets was a winner of the Cinnamon Press Pamplet Prize.