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There is breath in the poems, there are poems in the breath: first breaths, final breaths. With fire in her eyes and grace in her step, Lish walks us over these pages towards the living, the dying, and the little girl hiding within. It is a walk well worth it. – Jordie Albiston

Lish’s collection Breath makes the reader pause and reconsider his or her own world. The poems ar
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Paperback, 119 pages
Published March 30th 2014 by Luckner Press
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There is breath in the poems, there are poems in the breath: first breaths, final breaths. With fire in her eyes and grace in her step, Lish walks us over these pages towards the living, the dying, and the little girl hiding within. It is a walk well worth it. – Jordie Albiston

Lish’s collection Breath makes the reader pause and reconsider his or her own world. The poems are sharp swords wrapped in velvet. – Ian McBryde

Lish Skec... a voice that is strong... earthy... real... she knows things... u
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Clear. Present. Original voice. The last line of the book smiling into another world of feats, abilities and unexpected gifts, unpacked by looking at the tiny lawn-flower’s complexity.

Pub conversations, talking round campfires, the wag of various tongues… This book of poetry isn’t about being shut in a library full of musty old literature, the words in it are sound-play on the page found through breath to breath interactions.

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