'A joyful and exuberantly excessive, polyvocal poetry collection… Cornwell’s insistence on the poem as a vehicle for asking questions – and his refusal to offer answers… is enjoyable, challenging and necessary for the life of poetry.’ Amy McCauley, New Welsh Review
‘A ridiculously quotable book, full of phrases that will live with you’
Professor John Goodby
editor of The Collected Poems of Dylan Thomas: The Centenary Edition
‘Love words? Then follow, if you dare, Christopher Cornwell’s intoxicated progress through the English language’
author of Diary of the Last Man, winner of the Wales Book of the Year 2018
The Lonely Press is proud to publish the debut poetry collection by Christopher Cornwell. The book is introduced by Professor John Goodby and accompanied by a series of specially commissioned artworks by Constantinos Andronis.