Impossible Flying


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Impossible Flying has been described as perhaps Dawes’ most daring and personal collection to date, and yet it has also been described as a work of immense scope and socio-political complexity. The poems explore themes of mental illness, familial complications, identity and place and the politics and social dynamics that shape all of these things. ¬†Above all, it is a moving demonstration of what poetry can achieve when a poet decides to take risks in his work.

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