135mmx210mm, paperback, 52pp
This posthumous collection brings together poems, most of them unpublished, which Douglas Houston wrote between 2010 and his untimely death.
“Douglas Houston is an Auden like Artifice of great accomplishment.” – Peter Porter
“A poet of landscape and literature itself, of wild humour and humbling candour. We are lucky to have him.” – Sean O’Brien
“In this bitter-sweet postscript to a notable literary career, the technical brilliance is undimmed, the Satanic chuckling still just within earshot, and the melancholy tang of a Yorkshire autumn is offset by a gentle joy in the flowering of a late love.” – T. F. Griffin