Tiffany Atkinson’s Lumen begins with a quotation from Aneurin Bevan, which feels as radical and apposite now as it did when he said it in 1948:   Illness is neither an indulgence for which people have to pay, nor an offence for which they should be penalised.   Atkinson’s poetry is equally as radical. The first […]
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