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Jul 05, 2020 - 19:01 PMBy SarahJames

Prepare to be amused, warmed, horrified, comforted, inspired but watch out for beauty s sting in the tail.Sarah James first poetry collection was the third prize winner in the 2011 International Rubery Book Award Reviewers comments Sarah James poems are full of colour, a life affirming response to both the domestic and the fantastic Nevertheless, they are aware ofPrepare to be amused, warmed, horrified, comforted, inspired but watch out for beauty s sting in the tail.Sarah James first poetry collection was the third prize winner in the 2011 International Rubery Book Award Reviewers comments Sarah James poems are full of colour, a life affirming response to both the domestic and the fantastic Nevertheless, they are aware of darker shades, the grimmer side of life, relationships and the imagination This is a varied, thought provoking and enjoyable first collection Review by Jacqui Rowe Poetry Society Trustee and co director of Flarestack Poets Sarah James s poems are earthy, sensuous, often sexy, peopled by resonant characters, such as Shakespeare s Juliet and a stiletto heel wearing Inuit Always clear eyed and compassionate, she explores the visceral realities of the female body the pain of infertility and post natal depression with language that pins down her subject with surgical precision Review by Catherine Smith award winning poet and Poetry Book Society Guardian next generation poet Sarah James deciphers the world with a wise young eye attentive to complexity, she makes her own sense of things and expresses it in language that is often dramatic, and always engaging.Review by Meredith Andrea co director of Flarestack Poets Sarah James s first collection shows an imagination that can surprise and delight, as well as skill and confidence in her craft I am already looking forward to seeing what she does next Review by Angela France poet and features editor of Iota
  • Title: Into The Yell: Poems
  • Author: SarahJames
  • ISBN: 9781906451240
  • Page: 370
  • Format: None

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Magdalena Jul 05, 2020 - 19:01 PM
From the first poem in Sarah James new collection Into the Yell, the balance between playful and powerful is apparent Moving the reader into the zoo of her mind with Welcome to the Zoo , James take us through a mental menagerie, morphing human pain and the creative urge into various zoo creatures from the zebra to the orangutan It s a superb example of the continual line James walks between whimsy and intensity Daffodil Trail takes a pastoral theme and turns it gritty, as stolen garden flowers u [...]
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Mary Ann O"Leary Jul 05, 2020 - 19:01 PM
My measure of a loved book is if I KEEP it on my bookshelf, rather than recycling by donating onwards quite quickly to save space at home Sarah s poems are timely, yet lasting I have a favourite Unsubmerged, which makes the point that when all seems lost, well not EVERYTHING is I also really like The Bridesmaids of Port au Prince and Russian Doll, which I assume is about dementia A clever book, blending serious issues with humour and some spellbinding, joyful language I highly recommend it.
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Rubery Book Award Jul 05, 2020 - 19:01 PM
3rd Prize Winner of the 2011 Rubery Book AwardThe poems have wonderfully enticing titles, like The Inuit Who Couldn t Give Up Her Heels, and The Bridesmaids of Port au Prince and they hold up a mirror to twenty first century life, surprising and delighting the reader with unexpected turns, mingling the ordinary with the extraordinary.From the judges at RBA
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Into The Yell: Poems By SarahJames Prepare to be amused, warmed, horrified, comforted, inspired but watch out for beauty s sting in the tail.Sarah James first poetry collection was the third prize winner in the 2011 International Rubery Book Award Reviewers comments Sarah James poems are full of colour, a life affirming response to both the domestic and the fantastic Nevertheless, they are aware ofPrepare to be amused, warmed, horrified, comforted, inspired but watch out for beauty s sting in the tail.Sarah James first poetry collection was the third prize winner in the 2011 International Rubery Book Award Reviewers comments Sarah James poems are full of colour, a life affirming response to both the domestic and the fantastic Nevertheless, they are aware of darker shades, the grimmer side of life, relationships and the imagination This is a varied, thought provoking and enjoyable first collection Review by Jacqui Rowe Poetry Society Trustee and co director of Flarestack Poets Sarah James s poems are earthy, sensuous, often sexy, peopled by resonant characters, such as Shakespeare s Juliet and a stiletto heel wearing Inuit Always clear eyed and compassionate, she explores the visceral realities of the female body the pain of infertility and post natal depression with language that pins down her subject with surgical precision Review by Catherine Smith award winning poet and Poetry Book Society Guardian next generation poet Sarah James deciphers the world with a wise young eye attentive to complexity, she makes her own sense of things and expresses it in language that is often dramatic, and always engaging.Review by Meredith Andrea co director of Flarestack Poets Sarah James s first collection shows an imagination that can surprise and delight, as well as skill and confidence in her craft I am already looking forward to seeing what she does next Review by Angela France poet and features editor of Iota

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