William Martin's poetry is inspired by the social, cultural, and religious life of Northumbria, past and present. He builds his world from myth, from Anglo-Saxon literature and art, children's games, ballads, and street songs, as well as, from the history and struggles of pit communities. His poems show both political anger and a wide concern for a society that is losing its common ground, its rituals, and rites of passage.
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