Dinosaur Point was the overall winner of the 1999 Book & Pamphlet Competition.
In the eighties Paul Mills and his family lived in California, and travelled round the Western United States. Some years after their return he began a new life with his children as a single parent.
Certain moments, hardly noticed at the time, on reflection seem to have had direct designs on the future. They open up perspectives, emotional as well as physical, into a new space.
These poems revisit and dramatise these experiences, which fly up like fragments from an underground explosion, from a place which offered no sign.
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