Yellow & Blue (Paperback)
The poems in this latest collection from Scottish poet Thomas Clarke form part of an ongoing project of reparation: a series of small acts of attention, repeated attempts to step outside the circle of human concern and into a wider responsibility to the natural world. The spaces between poems evoke the quietness around worlds and things, while the poems themselves appear as momentary associations, or pauses on a walk. Yellow & Blue invites readers to share the spaciousness of a journey and to share in the exactness and clarity of Clarke’s perception.
About the Author
Thomas A. Clark lives in the small fishing village of Pittenweem, on the east coast of Scotland. He has published four previous collections of poetry, and numerous small books and cards with his own Moschatel Press. In the summer months, with the artist Laurie Clark, he runs Cairn, a project space for minimal and conceptual art. Thomas A. Clark's work often appears as installations or interventions in galleries, public spaces or in the landscape. A large collection of such work has been installed throughout New Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow.