Rebecca Cullen

Rebecca Cullen is from Nottingham. She started to write poetry after careers in teaching and the civil service, and has an MA in Creative Writing from Nottingham Trent University. She is in the final stages of her PhD 'Mastering Time: Time and Temporality in Contemporary Poetry' at NTU, funded by Midlands3Cities DTP and the AHRC. In 2016 she was the second poet-in-residence at Newstead Abbey, ancestral home of George Gordon, Lord Byron. Her poetry has been published in 'The North', 'New Walk' and New Poetries VII.


Majid Sits in a Tree and Sings

by Rebecca Cullen (1st Sep 18 | 978-1-912196-11-1)

 

Winner of the 2017/18 Book & Pamphlet Competition

 

This is a pamphlet of poems which shine and crackle with their own dark electricity. Finely wrought, precise and wide ranging in their themes, they carry a pleasing shiver of wildness in their hearts. – Liz Berry

 

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