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James Nash's first major collection, reprinted in 2006, shows a mature writer flexing his muscles and asking the big questions; What do men talk about in the gym? Which people should you steer clear of? What songs would you want played to you in a coma? Why is having sex in an allotment not a good idea?
distinctive, delicious, dark and daring
Coma Songs illuminates wonderfully the small details and the large issues of life, love and language. Magical, memorable poems: poignant yet rich with humour, and underpinned, above all, by a great humanity. A marvellous collection.
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