Katrina Naomi

‘House As Tent’ From Wild Persistence

Katrina’s poem ‘House as Tent’ from her forthcoming Seren collection Wild Persistence has just been published in the journal Wild Court.

Wild Persistence is Katrina’s first collection since moving to Cornwall from London. She received a Society of Authors’ Authors’ Foundation award for her forthcoming collection, Wild Persistence, which will be published by Seren in June 2020.

Katrina has previously published four pamphlets and her most recent collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me (Seren, 2016), was one of Foyles Bookshop’s #FoylesFive for poetry.

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2 thoughts on “‘House As Tent’ From Wild Persistence”

  1. Hi Katrina,
    Looking forward to reading your next book and still taking a fairly frequent dip with your Crocodile for perhaps a chuckle, a grimace or clarity….The trip to Mexico sounds a proper adventure and what a great link from Cornwall!
    Hope you’re back on the tools soon!

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