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'Very beautiful, challenging, angular, fluid; her poems weave an unusual, almost alchemical spell...' Greta Stoddart '...a distinctive at best, and in the best sense, uncompromising voice' Mario Petrucci , Peter Brennan, Perdika Press'Stunning - haunting and elegiac...' Anna Saunders, The Cheltenham Poetry Festival 'Illuminating' Glyn HughesHelen Calcutt is a poet, dancer and choreographer. Her first collection of poetry, Dance of the Swallows is expected from Perdika Press, London this year, and includes poems reflecting her interest in the lyrical nature of language, the natural world, and its life and death cycles. Notable journal publication can be found in Poetry Scotland, Equinox, The London Magazine, The Lampeter Review, Helen Ivory’s Ink Sweat and Tears, the anthology Bugged, even the official Hansard for U.K. parliament, among others. She also writes critically for the Wales Arts Review and the Birmingham Review.Helen is currently writer-in-residence at the Clent Hills in association with the National Trust, one of the first residencies of this kind.
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