Three Dragon Day
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Three Dragon Day


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'Three Dragon Day' was a winner in the 2014/15 Poetry Business Competition, judged by Billy Collins

 

‘A genuine talent for spotting bright details against dark backgrounds.’

 – Magma

 

'If the pastoral is not dead, it is at least badly wounded, these upsetting poems remind us.  Instead, the scene is a vast polluted city, where nothing grows but anxieties.  This poet disturbs us with his content and pleasures us with his stark language and thoughtful formal designs.  Put on your face-mask, and dig in.'

Billy Collins



David Tait lives in Guangzhou, China, where he teaches English. His first full collection “Self-Portrait with The Happiness” (Smith/Doorstop, 2014) was shortlisted for the Fenton Aldeburgh First Collection Prize and received an Eric Gregory Award from The Society of Authors. Poems appear in Ambit, Magma, Poetry Review, The Rialto and The Forward Prize Anthology. This is the second time he has won the pamphlet competition, previously being named as a winner in the 2010 competition with Love’s Loose Ends.



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