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Radio Nostalgia

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Uses a range of personas and historical locations to examine our sense of community and what our lives can mean. This book, reporting back from the frontiers of conflicts and consumerism, takes us to a world mediated through news anchors, oracles and narrators, where violent simulations of national conviction fall dangerously short of being human.
Paperback, 88 pages
Published June 1st 2006 by ARC Publications
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Chris Emery lives in Cromer with his wife and children. He is a director of Salt, an independent literary press. He has published two previous collections of poetry, a writer’s guide and edited editions of Emily Brontë, Keats and Rossetti. His work has been widely published in magazines and anthologised, most recently in Identity Parade: New British and Irish Poets. He is a contributor to The Camb ...more
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