WIN - 'Land Mass' by Robert Wood

 

To celebrate our fifteenth interview, poet Robert Wood has kindly gifted two Liminal readers a copy of his poetry collection, Land Mass.

Land Mass is written for country. It is a hope and a lament in an experimental voice that begins to show us what might be possible when we learn to have a rooted connectivity to places that call our names.

To enter the draw to win a copy of Land Mass, simply subscribe to Liminal Letters by 10 July, 2017. Current subscribers will also be entered into the draw.

The winners will be announced on 12 July, 2017. 

"Land Mass is...intended as a gift, which is to say, outside money. That was meant not only to highlight that poetry doesn't make anyone cash, which is a good thing to me. This is because it establishes different types of social relations that might offer us a utopian possibility that celebrates giving inside a logic that is shot through with generosity."
— Robert Wood, Interview #15

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Read our interview with Robert here.
Photograph by Leah McIntosh. 

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