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Ten Seasons

Art / Photobook
By: Gerry Loose
Publisher: Luath Press
Ten Seasons
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Ten Seasons grew out of Gerry Loose's three years as Poet in Residence at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens. This gathering of texts, along with stunning photographs, shows that poetry, although presented here on the page, in its most portable form, exists off the page, on scraps of material, in stone, even in water. The book both celebrates a particular residency and offers a rich resource for the interaction of botanic gardens and creative language. Plant-lovers and poetry-lovers will find much to enjoy in its pages.

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Art / Photobook
By: Gerry Loose
Publisher: Luath Press
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