The Leonids

Mariscat, August 2016.

'These beautiful poems, their imaginative energy, crystalline natural imagery and purity of line evoking the past and invoking a sense of personal and sororial loss, are in turn celebratory and revelatory.  Recalling her parents with insight and tenderness – startlingly elegising her father and in conjuring up her mother's presence and strength, unselfconsciously mirroring her own – Isobel Dixon instils both heartbreak and exhilaration.  And in extending her poetic frontiers she ever more vibrantly consolidates her roots. ' 

                                        Stewart Conn, poet and playwright



The Leonids is a short pamphlet of poems about being a daughter and a sister, about illness and recovery, old age and love – seventeen poems centred around that force of nature, my mother, Ann Rosemary Murton Dixon née Chinn, who died in May 2015.

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