Glisk: gleam of sunlight through cloud; a glow of heat from a fire. Figuratively, a glimpse of the good.
Sarah Stewart is a writer and editor based in Edinburgh. Her poetry has previously been published in Anon, The Honest Ulsterman, Mslexia, New Writing Dundee, The Pickled Body, The Scotsman and in the anthologies Be The First To Like This: New Scottish Poetry and Best Scottish Poems 2014. She was a UNESCO City of Literature Writer in Residence in Krakow in 2017.
Glisk, Sarah Stewart’s first poetry pamphlet, takes us to the Russian revolution and 1960s New York (not to mention bonny Dundee) in a collection that touches on vulnerability, memory and language.
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