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Serengeti Songs

Chris McCully

Serengeti Songs
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ISBN: 978 1 784102 55 5
Categories: 21st Century, African
Imprint: Carcanet Poetry
Published: March 2016
94 pages (print version)
Publisher: Carcanet Press
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  • Poems and photographs exploring the Serengeti, the emergence of the human race and migration.
    Chris McCully was born in Bradford, Yorkshire in 1958. He worked as a full-time academic, specialising in the history of the English language and on English sound-structure as well as on verse and verse-form, at the University of Manchester (1985-2003) before deciding to spend more time on writing. From 2003-13 he ... read more
    '€˜McCully gets the life of words, their swing and weight, resonance and cadence. The poems spark with great lines and phrases...'
    Literary Review
    'this is a singular collection from a singular voice in English poetry, and I highly commend it.'
    Phillip Quinlan, Angle
    Praise for Chris McCully '€˜McCully gets the life of words, their swing and weight, resonance and cadence. The poems spark with great lines and phrases...'
    Literary Review
    'this is a singular collection from a singular voice in English poetry, and I highly commend it.'
    Phillip Quinlan, Angle
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