e-Book Knights of the Lower Floors (Poetry S.) epub downloadAuthor: Graham Fulton
Pages: 80 pages
Publisher: Polygon (May 3, 1994)
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e-Book Knights of the Lower Floors (Poetry S.) epub download
by Graham Fulton
Fulton's second full length collection exhibits a poetry which is sharply . Cream of Scottish Youth. From Knights Of The Lower Floors.
Fulton's second full length collection exhibits a poetry which is sharply observant and spikily mature. Blackly humorous, ferocious and unsettling, Fulton jumps from everyday Transylvanian Paisley to Paris and Berlin, passing Kirk Douglas, Oscar Wilde and Elvis Presley on the way. Altogether, an edgy and exuberant collection. His vivid jagged poetry catches the acrid tang of reality with impressive force". trousers to knees and danced a weird waltz.
Graham Fulton is a poet from Paisley in Scotland. Graham Fulton (born 8 January 1959) has been writing and performing poetry since 1987 when he first attended a writers' group run by poet Tom Leonard in Paisley, which also included Jeff Torrington, Brian Whittingham and Suhayl Saadi, and was a founder member of the influential Itinerant Poets performance and publishing group, which featured Jim Ferguson, Ronald McNeil and Bobby Christie. They produced the Tower of Babble pamphlet in 1987.
S. Graham, The Night City from Selected Poems. Reprinted by permission of The Estate of . W. S. Graham was born to a working-class family in Scotland and grew up in Clydeside, where he worked as an engineer.
Graham Fulton is a poet from Paisley in Scotland
Graham Fulton is a poet from Paisley in Scotland. Further collections include
Graham Fulton’s most popular book is Black Middens. Pub Dogs of London: Portraits of the Canine Regulars in the City's World Famous Hostelries by. Graham Fulton, Fiona Freund (Photographs)
Graham Fulton’s most popular book is Black Middens. Graham Fulton, Fiona Freund (Photographs).
A hulking colossus with a segmented carapace, bent low where its ram-like .
A hulking colossus with a segmented carapace, bent low where its ram-like skull had demolished the wall. Taller than five strong men, its thorax limbs were fused horrors of drooling bio-weaponry. Caustic slime slathered its elephantine legs as it bludgeoned a way inside. Hunting horns blare as the rest of the Knights slam the barrels of their cannons across the heraldic plates at their shoulders.
Finding a poetry in the dailiness of human experience, Halpern reaches into the least-known corners of the heart, with an ambition to transmute the occasions of life - friendship, loss, isolation, love, and death - into the melody of consciousness. Notable for their poise, lyric intensity, formal aptitude, and uncanny evocations of place and states of mind, these poems yield something special in their apparent simplicity.