Dylan Thomas Centre
Little Man is a poetry collection that examines what it means to be alive. Never boastful of its wares, it is a collection that shows Swansea’s Richard James Jones isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty – exploring the frustrations of his craft, strange graffiti on an old shed, or even casting a keen eye to the detritus that washes up in the beach. The poems delight in the minutiae, the small movements that are often the most revealing. In association with Parthian Books.
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