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by Graham Fulton

Free eBook Humouring the Iron Bar Man (Poetry S.) download ISBN: 0748660399
Author: Graham Fulton
Publisher: Polygon (March 8, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 64
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Poetry
Size MP3: 1865 mb
Size FLAC: 1774 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Graham Fulton (born 8 January 1959) has been writing and performing poetry since 1987 when he first attended a writers' group . His first major collection of poems Humouring the Iron Bar Man, was published by Polygon in 1990.

Graham Fulton (born 8 January 1959) has been writing and performing poetry since 1987 when he first attended a writers' group run by poet Tom Leonard in Paisley, which also included Jeff Torrington, Brian Whittingham and Suhayl Saadi, and was a founder member of the influential Itinerant Poets performance and publishing group, which featured Jim Ferguson, Ronald McNeil and Bobby Christie. They produced the Tower of Babble pamphlet in 1987.

This does not happen in the poetry of Graham Fulton: unusual .

This does not happen in the poetry of Graham Fulton: unusual rhythms and miraculous trains of thought bring readers close to the goggle-eyed astonishment and wry seriousness with which this original young poet would appear to view eggs, insects, America, the people, places and strange and sad relationships around his home town of Paisley. This is Fulton's first major collection, bringing together the fruits of several small press publications as well as new work. It is some time since I have enjoyed a book of poems and verses so muc. e is gloriously articulate in sharing his accumulated street wisdoms". Hayden Murphy, The Glasgow Herald.

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This collection contains poems written to Graham's wife and friends, which Grant said, "although still oblique . Graham called "Loch Thom" "a beautiful example

This collection contains poems written to Graham's wife and friends, which Grant said, "although still oblique and difficult-are very moving. Kessler called it a "rich, varied book" and said Graham speaks "much more simply, clearly, and powerfully. It's not a matter of having reduced the voltage or contained the energy; it is more like an emerging into another form of existence. Graham called "Loch Thom" "a beautiful example. The poem describes a visit made by the poet to the watery 'stretch of my childhood': 'And almost I am back again, Wading the heather down to the edge, To sit. The minnows go by in shoals, Like iron-filings in the shallows.

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