Colony Press proudly present the first volume of Bill Lewis' Collected Poems 1975-2005.
This Love Like A Rage Without Anger contains poems from the first three decades of published work, much of it inspired by overheard conversations, snippets of Kentish working class language, love, nature, Shamanism, Green issues, politics, folklore, Jewish, Christian and pagan myth, magic and his travels in the USA, Latin America and Europe.
Published 30 November 2019 and available to purchase from online bookstores.
This 254 page paperback book includes 8 images by the author.
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Available from online bookstores, this 140 page book contains almost all of the poems written since the publication of "In the House of Ladders". It has three major sequences including Mare Nostrum, a nine part poem sequence that uses the Mediterranean as a metaphor for the collective unconscious. There are stand-alone poems that cover subjects close to the poet's heart such as the spirit of place, childhood, love, death, travel, spirituality, nature and shamanism with a dash of humour and magic.
The collection is edited by Emma Dewhurst, published by Greenheart Press with an introduction by Award-winning playwright Sarah Hehir. There are also black and white prints by Bill Lewis as headings for each section of the book. Click here to read the review in Litter Magazine
This collection of poems, published in 2012, contains 53 poems. Published by Greenheart Press, an imprint of WOW Kent magazine.
In addition to this there are 6 handsome black and white prints by the author.
Available from online bookstores