By: Ian Seed (author)Paperback
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The poems and prose poems in Anonymous Intruder navigate the vulnerabilities revealed in relationships, only to abandon these in a wandering search for new encounters and new truths. The seeking 'self' goes into exile to be shattered and reconstructed. In a hesitant movement towards the transcendental, the poems consider the possibility and impossibility of returning home. They must first find a way to recognise the stranger approaching from a distance. Although these narratives are fragmented and elliptical, the imagery is stark and clear, the language concise, the rhythms and patterns engaging.
Ian Seed works as a freelance writer, translator and consultant, and teach poetry and creative writing part-time at the University of Cumbria and at Lancaster University (DCE). He is also a part-time PhD student in European Languages and Cultures with Lancaster University, and the editor of the online magazine Shadowtrain.
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