lives in Leicestershire and London. Her second collection, Common Ground (HappenStance, 2014), won the East Midlands Book Award 2015. A further collection, The Bigger Picture, also from HappenStance, has just been published.
What does D. A. Prince say?
Rhyme and rhythm: the rhyming couplets in the Rupert Bear annuals, knowing The Pied Piper of Hamelin by heart when I was four ...
玫瑰, गुलाब, rose
D.A. Prince reviews After all we have travelled by Sarala Estruch (Nine Arches Press, 2023)
Language walking across borders
D.A. Prince reviews Colours & Tea (Human) by Tomi Adegbayibi (Muscaliet Press, 2022)
The making of a new crown
D.A. Prince reviews A Little Resurrection by Selina Nwulu (Bloomsbury, 2022)
Pulled into focus through my mind’s binoculars
D.A. Prince reviews Old Friends by Hannah Lowe (Hercules Editions, 2022)