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Taking subjects as varied as childhood seaside holidays, driving on a country road in Finland, and armed conflicts, these poems all take up the position of close observation of the world around us, and by making some surprising comparisons, they examine the processes by which we attach meaning to our sense perceptions. They inhabit the space between the real world and consciousness, where imagination produces meaning and wonder:
Mike Horwood has lived in Finland since 1985. He studied for an MA in Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University and completed a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing at Bangor University in 2014.
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