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Miriam Gamble

Miriam Gamble is a poet and critic based in Edinburgh, originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Her collections include The Squirrels Are Dead (Bloodaxe, 2010), which won a Somerset Maugham Award, and Pirate Music (Bloodaxe, 2014); her third book, What Planet, is forthcoming (Bloodaxe, 2019). She has also received an Eric Gregory Award, the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary Award, and the Vincent Buckley Poetry Prize. 


In the Annum

Winter 2018 | Poetry

  In the annum of the weather,of Anderson [&] McAuley, of the linen store, of wind flinging itself, likean illegal logger on the scent of mahogany, ceaselessly along Royal Avenue’s brittle core; in the annum of the occupant [...]