Snow Calling

Snow Calling

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Snow Calling is Agnieszka Studzinska's debut collection, examining the fractures, the breaches of things, bringing a narrative meditation on the entity of displacement, whether in a relationship, ancestry or with oneself. The poems trace the delicate journey of transgression and coming together of family and history in their lyrical and elegiac styles, capturing:


the contradictions of what is whole and what is left behind.


The poems show the equivocal nature of an ordinary moment, opening that ordinariness into something much bigger than the actual, the specific. These poems explore what it means to be human and question silently the unanswerable.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 64 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 9mm | 212g
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • No
  • 1844715590
  • 9781844715596

Table of contents

Snow Calling


Skating


Seasons


Language


An Observation on Figs


Swallows


Holding


The Bee's Whisper


Mosquito


Fish


Amaryllis Nights


Air


In the Narrow Light


An Observation on Figs II


Wolf


Train


Mountains


Leaving


On Returning


Reunion


Whispers


Hotel


The Cactus


Tattoo


The Walk


Solanum Tuberosum


Photograph


Haunting


Cemetery


Calling


Music


Ending


Snow Calling


Notes on Haunting
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About Agnieszka Studzinska

Agnieszka Studzinska was born in Poland in 1975 and came to the UK when she was 7. She works as an English teacher and aims to promote creativity in schools as well as to disaffected children who are literary phobic. She has an MA in Creative Writing from the UEA. She lives in London with her husband and daughter.
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