Particles of Wonder
tackles everything from the
quandary of a lonely photofit through to what money may sound like and how a
refusal to heed an American small-town cop’s warning to ‘never cross the great
magnet’ leads to unimaginable consequences.
sight of a sodium city floating high above the mountains continues the journey
of surprise, as does an attempt to plan an epiphany, not to mention what happens
when you order from the impossible menu
only have 24 hours to get out of town...
Readers will also
learn of the collective-noun collector’s astounding career path, sniff the
aromatic agnostic and discover there are particles of wonder everywhere. - - - - - ‘If the world were full of Mark Waddells, it would definitely be a happier place.’ – Ariane Sherine, The Huffington Post
‘Mark Waddell is a poet who makes people glad to be alive, while waking them up to their own absurdity.’ – Susannah Herbert, National Poetry Day