We are pleased to announce that within the next few weeks we will be reprinting Elizabeth Cook’s first collection Bowl. Published by Worple in 2006, Elizabeth’s collection marks her out as “someone to be reckoned with” (George Szirtes), with the ability “to reflect on the world with the precision and intelligence of the philosopher’s eye” (The North), and whose poems are “enveloped within a delicate diction” and “insinuate themselves through a reverence for the elemental” (The Use of English).
Elizabeth is the editor of the Oxford Authors John Keats and author of Achilles (Methuen and Picador USA), a work of fiction with a performance life, acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic. Her poetry, short fiction and critical reviews have appeared in many journals including Agenda, The London Review of Books, Poetry London, Stand, Moving Worlds and Tears in the Fence. To find out more, read more reviews, and pre-order a copy of this powerful debut collection visit the publication page here.