We are delighted to publish Plato’s Peach, the latest collection of poetry from John Freeman, and his first since winning the 2017 Wales Book of the Year Award.
Plato’s Peach is both a collection of individual poems which can be enjoyed in any order and an unfolding adventure which takes on fuller resonance if read in sequence. These poems combine vivid evocations of time and place with an ongoing meditation about life and death, nature and art, home and abroad, family and friendships. They are by turns – and sometimes all at once – moving, disturbing, consoling, funny, playful and profound. They invite the reader to participate, as one put it, in a joyful celebration of what it is to be sentient.
It gives us great pleasure to publish this incredible new collection – find out more!
You are warmly invited to join John for the launch of Plato’s Peach online on Wednesday 1 December. This special event is hosted by Theatre Orchard, and John will be joined by guests Linda Saunders and Amanda Rackstraw. Free but booking is essential – Book Online