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Twelve Words for Moss

Nature Writing Coming Soon
By: Elizabeth-Jane Burnett(Author)
208 pages
Publisher: Allen Lane
Twelve Words for Moss
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Glowflake, Rocket, Small Skies, Kind Spears, Marilyn . . .

Moss is known as the living carpet but if you look really closely, it contains an irrepressible light. In Twelve Words for Moss, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett celebrates the unsung hero of the plant world with her unique blend of poetry, nature writing and memoir. Making her way through wetlands from Somerset to Country Tyrone, Burnett discovers the hidden vibrancy of these overlooked spaces, renaming her favourite species of moss as she recovers from her grief at her father's death and draws inspiration from the resilience and tenacity of her plant – and human – friends.

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Elizabeth-Jane Burnett is a writer of English and Kenyan heritage. She was born in Devon and her work is inspired by the landscape in which she was raised. She is the author of Swims, a Sunday Times Poetry Book of the Year, and her poetry has been highly commended in the Forward Prize.

Nature Writing Coming Soon
By: Elizabeth-Jane Burnett(Author)
208 pages
Publisher: Allen Lane
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