Things You Think I Don't Know
Deborah Kay Davies's Things You Think I Don't Know creates a fabulous mix of the strange and the familiar: a weird hole opens in front of M & S; a heron lays a giant egg on your bed; a routine cytology test reveals the utterly unexpected. Beginning with the world we know, these poems transport us to a place beyond the bizarre and fantastic, a place hilarious and horrible and unforgettable, finally returning full circle to disclose the unrecognised magic of the ordinary.
Katie McGowan manages the translation rights for Things You Think I Don't Know
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The audio rights are handled by Alice Lutyens.