"As her cover art shows, Kathleen Strafford is a visual as well as verbal artist, and the themes of her poetry, and its style, consistently respond to and use images, seen and then reflected on. She takes as ekphrastic prompts not only painters and sculptors from among the canon (Picasso, Van Gogh, Rodin) but personal photographs and remembered snapshots of life. This synthesis of elevated high art and the minutiae of family histories reveals her as a highly observant poet, whose imagery finds that fine balance between rare and accessible."


- Hannah Stone 

 

 

Published by Dempsey & Windle 2018

ISBN 978190743553  

Perfect bound paperback

96 pages

210mm x 148mm

Her Own Language by Kathleen Strafford

£7.00Price