Published by The Emma Press
Malkin is a vivid evocation of the trials of the Pendle Witches in 1612. The sequence of poems is delivered in the form of epitaphic monologues, with the accused men and women eerily addressing the reader with their confessions and pleas.
Strikingly, poet Camille Ralphs has employed the technique of ‘free spelling’ throughout the monologues, bringing out new meanings in familiar words and encouraging the reader to immerse themselves in the world of the poems.
Fully illustrated with woodcut-style drawings from Emma Wright.