Today's poem is "A Mandate"
from The Road to the Gunpowder House

Enitharmon Press/Dufour Editions

Neil Curry was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1937 and now lives at Ulverston in the Lake District. He has taught at the University of Guelph in Canada and at secondary schools in England. His verse translations of Euripides, published by Methuen and Cambridge University Press, and in the USA by Doubleday, have been performed in many countries. Enitharmon has published his three earlier collections: Ships in Bottles (1988), a Poetry Book Society Recommendation, Walking to Santiago (1992) and The Bending of the Bow.

About The Road to the Gunpowder House:

"Curry has a mind stocked with the curiousities of history and natural history."
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