Fault Lines

Author(s): Laura Taylor
ISBN13/Barcode: 9781999670702
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Laura Taylor was born into a working-class family in the North of England in 1968 and has challenged arbitrary forms of authority all her life. Now in her prime, she understands fully the potency of kindness in a world intent on creating division.
"One of the country's finest poets, both on the page and on the stage. A spirit at once empathetic and revolutionary. Real words for heartbreaking times, a call to action!" - Attila the Stockbroker, poet & musician
"A poetic battle cry. I'd like my teenage daughter to read these poems because, as women, we shouldn't have to wait for middle age to claim the right to be ourselves." - Alice Nutter, ex-Chumbawamba, screenwriter & playwright
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Laura Taylor was born into a working-class family in the North of England in 1968 and has challenged arbitrary forms of authority all her life. Now in her prime, she understands fully the potency of kindness in a world intent on creating division. "One of the country's finest poets, both on the page and on the stage. A spirit at once empathetic and revolutionary. Real words for heartbreaking times, a call to action!" - Attila the Stockbroker, poet & musician "A poetic battle cry. I'd like my teenage daughter to read these poems because, as women, we shouldn't have to wait for middle age to claim the right to be ourselves." - Alice Nutter, ex-Chumbawamba, screenwriter & playwright

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ISBN13/Barcode 9781999670702
ISBN10 1999670701
Author Laura Taylor
Binding Paperback
Date Published 1 Jun 2018
Frequency No
Report Date N/A
Pages 66
Publisher Flapjack Press

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