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Poems, Peoms and Other Atrocities

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Rob derived a huge amount of pleasure from writing these poems (and ‘peoms’) in the last two or three years of his life. Some were written purely out of fun and mischievousness, but some had very serious intent (such as ‘The Field of Tartan’ and ‘The Passing of Alpha’). He sent multiple versions to family, friends and acquaintances for feedback and relished the ensuing ...more
Hardcover, 218 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by PS Publishing
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Nov 05, 2013 Gothic Readers Book Club rated it it was amazing

Garry Kilworth has put together a fantastic collection of poetry in Poems, Peoms and Other Atrocities. The collection features the work of both Garry Kilworth and Robert Holdstock. While not all of the selections are dark poetry, most touch on some of the most powerful shadows in our lives. The collection's divided into sections. Life and Death and War naturally reach into the darkest places in our souls. Even the section on Love touches on the haunting strains
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Garry Douglas Kilworth is a fantasy and historical novelist.

Kilworth is a graduate of King's College London. He was previously a science fiction author, having published one hundred twenty short stories and seventy novels.
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