In Charge of the Gun

‘My brother started crossing animals with kitchen implements, garden furniture, screws, nuts, bolts, fixings, ironmongery and work wear, guttering and drainage solutions, door and window fittings, Hi Vis overalls, fillers, aggregates and sealants, work towers and cleaning essentials.’

Published by MIddlesbrough’s finest, P.A. Morbid c/o The Black Light Engine Room.

So here is my latest collection, In Charge of the Gun, as left-field as you like, negatively charged and in glorious distemper hues. Details of launch events virtual and in ‘meat space’ will be shared soon, but in the meantime, here is a poem from the book to whet appetites: The White Baboon will also be appearing in The Rialto, edition 96.

By grahamcliffordpoet

Graham is an award winning poet, based in London. He graduated from the University of East Anglia with an MA in Creative Writing, and has since
published nationally and internationally, performing across the country.
His debut collection, The Hitting Game, was published by Seren. Graham's most recent collection, Well, is published by Against the Grain.