On the Humber
by Julie L. Corbett
ISBN 978-1-61019-209-5 (Green Edition) $6 + shipping
ISBN 978-1-61019-011-4 (eBook Edition) $0.99
In this poetry collection, Julie L. Corbett explores the River Humber and its surroundings as only a native can. Her intimate knowledge of the river and its communities—both natural and human—give readers an inside glimpse of details beyond the bridge: The North Sea, cliff tops, pavements, and kitchens. Corbett describes these diverse locales through the eyes of a traveller—a traveller exploring an uncharted wilderness called home.
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Julie Corbett is an active member of the spoken word community in Hull (United Kingdom). She has performed at Hull Truck in Write to Speak and Larkin 25 productions. She also read at the Beverely Literature Festival 2011 in Scribed, a collaboration between subtle flame poets and artists from ERA. Her poetry has been published in anthologies and journals, including The Fib Review, The Right Eyed Deer, unFold, and Incandescent. You can visit Julie and see more of Hull at her blog http://hulltransforms.blogspot.com/
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Julie L. Corbett’s blog: http://hulltransforms.blogspot.com
Chapbook Flickr set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/foldedword/sets/72157629941142138/