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The title poem of this collection is set in Mura, home to the Venetian glass-making industry. The alchemical processes of mirror-making, its 'furnaces and transubstantiations, / amalgams of tin and quicksilver' become a guiding metaphor for the poet. Cityscapes are haunted by memories both personal and historic.
Zoe Skoulding grew up in Suffolk, taught in the Himalayas after university, then moved to north Wales in 1991, where she teaches English. She is co-editor of Skald magazine.