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A letter from your sheets // if your sheets could speak.

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This microchapbook explores the idea of giving a voice to the inanimate, through imagining a letter written from a person's bed sheets. When I started writing this piece, I was looking at writing a poem distanced from the ‘I’ which I find myself writing most often; I wanted to instead write from the perspective of something that does not have a voice of its own. Sheets are ...more
Paperback, 10 pages
Published March 10th 2019 by Nightingale & Sparrow Press
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David Rudd
Mar 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Firstly this is a beautiful little book from a small press producing hand made, affordable micro books that focus on new voices. Elizabeth Kemball's poetry collection is a playful and poignant reflection on what our bedsheets might say about us. The poetry is always witty and delivers rich imagery and incite at every turn.

The Micro-chapbook format is a great innovation too, a succession of small pages that allow the poetry to break and build in a way that enhances the reading experience. A lett
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Rachel
May 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A unique perspective! If you are a fan of the microchapbook format, you will enjoy this book!
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