has published four poetry collections and a prose book, Falling into Place (about rural north Lancashire) with Smith|Doorstop. Circumnavigation (2002) was shortlisted for the Forward prize for Best First Collection, Teach Yourself Mapmaking (2006) was a Poetry Book Society recommendation and she has won the Cardiff International and the Strokestown International Poetry Competitions. Jane Routh’s latest book is Listening to the Night (2018) and a new pamphlet, After, is available from Wayleave Press (2021).
Alley Sally, Flash Face, Do-No-Day
These moments, rare and marvellous
What does Jane Routh say?
Living between languages
More sea than land, more sky than earth
Murders, thefts and debts, quarrels and ‘domestics’
Photo by Mathias Reding