A collection of poems by Jim Mainland. Booklet.
A collection of poems by Jim Mainland.
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"I was present at his performance at Wordplay 2012, Shetland's 11th annual book festival. He is quietly spoken and doesn't waste words. At times he reveals a rich, slightly mischievous sense of humour. He also has a deep passion for writing - other people's as well as his own. Jim writes every day. His poetry is like him. He once told me that he wrote because he couldn't sing. His poetry can sing. If you have never heard him read his work, please don't miss the next chance! If, for some bizarre reason you are actually reading this before you read the poems, Stop! Turn the pages; read the poems."
From the foreword, by Donald Anderson.
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