Lines On The Surface by Nicolas Spicer

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Lines on the Surface contains everything written by this fierce and uncompromising poet between 1999 and 2009.

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Lines on the Surface contains everything written by this fierce and uncompromising poet between 1999 and 2009 – from the remarkable Berryman-espue “Under The Black Light” material produced in York during the late nineties, through the cynicism of “Weather Is What You Get”, to the broken and troubled baroque of the long sequence “Nero’s Music”, to the unique take on late-modernism in “Future Cities”, to the extraordinary technical and moral achievement represented by the three long sequences that make up the collection called “Perfect Number”. 

The three odes that conclude the latter are certainly among the greatest poems produced over the past ten years in the UK, paving the way for the poetic that is further developed in Spicer’s first book with Contraband, Landscape With Forgeries.

Together these two books mark the emergence of a strident and entirely unique new voice in the poetry of the UK.

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