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Poet to Poet #5: The Holy Place

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Poetry. John Dotson of Carmel, California, and Caroline Gill of Swansea, Wales, share poetry across the Pond, in celebration of Dylan Thomas and his daughter Aeronwy Thomas. This is the fifth chapbook in a series that features a poet from the UK and one from elsewhere. The Holy Place is published by The Seventh Quarry Press (ed. Peter Thabit Jones in Swansea) in conjunctio ...more
Paperback, 52 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Cross Cultural Communications
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Juliet Wilson
Jan 28, 2013 rated it really liked it
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The two poets here have very different but complementary styles. John Dotson's poetry is mostly minimalist. I particularly like:

let's take cicadas then
in madly chanting crescendoes
along the honey suckle-lined
mud pathed riverbank.


The second half of the book is devoted to Caroline Gill's poetry. Caroline is a bit of a rarity these days in that she writes formal poetry and writes it well. Her sestina 'The Figure at the Phoenix Mine' included in this book won the Petra Kenney Poetry Competition i
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