Zoe Brigley’s third collection of poetry is a tender exploration of gender, cruelty, violence, myth, motherhood and physicality. Sometimes unsettling, always profound, Brigley’s poetry is coloured by the words of Georgia O’Keeffe, Muriel Sparks and Marina Tsvetaeva, amongst others. Hand and Skull careens into life with its very first line, ‘Almost as soon as they […]
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