West South North, North South East

My first full collection of poetry, mixing themes of place and memory, family and loss. 

‘In West South North, North South East, Daniel Bennett envisages landscapes of decay; urban Britain as a ruined, post-apocalyptic wasteland, haunted by its past, at odds with its present, fearful of its future; countryside and coast bound loosely together by mud and mildew. A hauntingly compelling collection from a distinctive new voice.’

Ben Banyard

‘Simultaneously delighting in and defying the hold place has on us, Daniel Bennett is a poet-topographer of back streets and back waters, letting ambiguity and dream stray into his minute notations, charting how ‘imagination occupies these places.”’

Kate Miller

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