Weaving together allusions and illusions, Zhou is an imaginative recovery of a grandfather, a dialogue between figures from China and the West, and a journey through the search for a cultural identity. Taking Lu Xun, Ezra Pound and W S Graham as reference points and guides, these imaginatively resourceful poems mark the debut of an exciting new talent.
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Nick On grew up in Gloucestershire, moved to Newcastle upon Tyne after university and ever since has lived in the North East of England. He earns a living as a corporate lawyer, mostly in London. He is a recent graduate of the Writing Poetry MA at Newcastle University.