I was moved, impressed, and quite stricken with awe by these poems of Jane Lovell.
Our featured publication for February is Metastatic by Jane Lovell, published by Against the Grain Press.
‘Jane Lovell’s writing charts mysterious, unsettling trajectories: the invisible paths of bees, the journey of dead light, the routes found in folded and untied landscapes. These poems unmoor us, find beauty and strangeness in the everyday.’ Helen Mort
‘Jane Lovell’s poetry is rooted in the human body, which in turn is rooted in the earth, sheltered by the sky, and washed clean by the rain. This raw and unflinching collection reminds us that our lives are determined by natural processes, of which change and decay are as vital and relevant as new birth and growth.’ Katharine Norbury
Thrush, Covent Garden, 1792
She has waited over two centuries
for sunlight, beak raised towards
the edge of the page
her nestful of eggs washed grey
and the song of lost days pressed
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