Using inventive wordplay and experimental literary form, Brian Bilston’s first collection of poems will strike a chord with anyone living in the twenty-first century.
- Themes include heartache, death, the English language, the value of a mobile phone charger and the unbearable torment of forgetting to put out the rubbish
- Experimental word play sees words float off the page, take the shape of their subject and take the form of Venn diagrams and Excel spreadsheets
- A charming and hilarious collection of poems, perfect for dipping in and out of when the mood takes you
A cheery gift for family and friends or a treat for yourself.
Dimensions: 12.5 x 19.6 cm
256 page paperback book
YOU TOOK THE LAST BUS HOME
the last bus home
don’t know how
you got it through the door
you’re always doing amazing stuff
like the time
when you caught that train