Dressing for the Afterlife: poems by Maria Taylor
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Sep 11, 2020
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Dressing For The Afterlife is the new collection from British Cypriot poet Maria Taylor.  Published by Nine Arches Press, the collection has been highly commended by the judges of the Forward Prizes for Poetry 2020.  In our podcast we feature nine poems from the book and an interview with Maria. In Dressing For The Afterlife you heard :Prologue read by Marie-Claire WoodThen I Reconsidered Prayer read by Tiffany Clare Ante read by Nadia Wyn AbouayenAnd There She Was in the Shrunken Apartment like Joan Crawford, Toy Dog on her Lap read by Marie-Claire WoodLearning the Steps read by Tiffany Clare I Began The Twenty-Twenties as a Silent Film Goddess read by Marie-Claire WoodWhat it was Like read by Tiffany Clare Ophelia read by Phoebe Holmes The Floating Woman read by Phoebe Holmes The presenter and interviewer was Hollye SangsterMusic and soundscapes were by Chris GregorySound effects were from freesound.orgProduction and editing were by Chris GregoryYou can purchase Dressing For The Afterlife directly from Nine Arches Press via this link https://www.ninearchespress.com/Follow Nine Arches Press on twitter here https://twitter.com/NineArchesPressand you can find out more about Maria Taylor by following her on twitter where she posts as https://twitter.com/MariaTaylor_Our preview was presented by Kelli Winkler.  You heard a trailer for Hare Spell our new audio drama which you'll be able to hear on 18th September.  It is written by Fay Hield, Terri Windling, Sarah Hesketh and Sarra Culleno and features original music by Fay Hield and Inge Thomson.  You heard the voices of Sarah Golding, Amy Forrest, Stevie Skinner, Nadia Wyn Abouayen and Marie-Claire Wood. Hare Spell is based on and inspired by music from Fay Hield's new album Wrackline which is released on Topic Record / Proper Music Distribution on 11th September. You can purchase the album and find out more about it by following this link https://www.topicrecords.co.uk/2020/05/fay-hield-wrackline/

Dressing For The Afterlife is the new collection from British Cypriot poet Maria Taylor. Published by Nine Arches Press, the collection has been highly commended by the judges of the Forward Prizes for Poetry 2020. In our podcast we feature nine poems from the book and an interview with Maria.

Dressing For The Afterlife is the new collection from British Cypriot poet Maria Taylor.  Published by Nine Arches Press, the collection has been highly commended by the judges of the Forward Prizes for Poetry 2020.  In our podcast we feature nine poems from the book and an interview with Maria. In Dressing For The Afterlife you heard :Prologue read by Marie-Claire WoodThen I Reconsidered Prayer read by Tiffany Clare Ante read by Nadia Wyn AbouayenAnd There She Was in the Shrunken Apartment like Joan Crawford, Toy Dog on her Lap read by Marie-Claire WoodLearning the Steps read by Tiffany Clare I Began The Twenty-Twenties as a Silent Film Goddess read by Marie-Claire WoodWhat it was Like read by Tiffany Clare Ophelia read by Phoebe Holmes The Floating Woman read by Phoebe Holmes The presenter and interviewer was Hollye SangsterMusic and soundscapes were by Chris GregorySound effects were from freesound.orgProduction and editing were by Chris GregoryYou can purchase Dressing For The Afterlife directly from Nine Arches Press via this link https://www.ninearchespress.com/Follow Nine Arches Press on twitter here https://twitter.com/NineArchesPressand you can find out more about Maria Taylor by following her on twitter where she posts as https://twitter.com/MariaTaylor_Our preview was presented by Kelli Winkler.  You heard a trailer for Hare Spell our new audio drama which you'll be able to hear on 18th September.  It is written by Fay Hield, Terri Windling, Sarah Hesketh and Sarra Culleno and features original music by Fay Hield and Inge Thomson.  You heard the voices of Sarah Golding, Amy Forrest, Stevie Skinner, Nadia Wyn Abouayen and Marie-Claire Wood. Hare Spell is based on and inspired by music from Fay Hield's new album Wrackline which is released on Topic Record / Proper Music Distribution on 11th September. You can purchase the album and find out more about it by following this link https://www.topicrecords.co.uk/2020/05/fay-hield-wrackline/

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