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Lovely to read Caroline Maldonado's generous reivew of Of Ochre and Ash in the latest

issue of Agenda.


'Reading Eleanor Hooker’s collection feels like entering a novel made up of surreal,

complex narratives. Everything is itself and something other, there are many selves,

dopplegangers and the pages are populated by myths, family memories and histories.'


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My brother John Griffin has an amazing poem 'Skydance' in the same issue. Read More

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