Liverpudlian poet Paul Farley lives between Lancaster and London. He has, he says, never ‘felt rooted or attached to a place’ since his childhood in Liverpool, and poetry as a form of ‘return’ or retrospective mapping has infused his work over the last twenty years. During his talk in Aberystwyth, Farley explored his sense of […]
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