“Written in clear, unadorned language with gentle, fluid rhythms, the poems use everyday experiences – a car journey, a visit to the doctor, winding in the lane ropes at a swimming pool – as windows into the inner world of boyhood with all its vulnerability, awkwardness and shame.” – Marian Christie (Read the full review here).
Callan Waldron-Hall grew up in Leicestershire and now lives in Liverpool where he works for an arts organisation. His poetry has appeared in Magma, Orris Root and In the Red. His project ‘more concerned with feeling than sense’ exploring ASMR was featured in Post-it: Liverpool Independents Biennial anthology 2018. He edits Independent Variable, an online space championing science and poetry. He’s interested in writing to explore shame and how we carry it with us from childhood.