Eleanor Brown reads from White Ink Stains – a collection of poems exploring the lives of women. The volume includes pieces written in response to interviews for the Reading Sheffield oral history project.
Brought to you in association with Off the Shelf Festival of Words.
About the book
“This unusual and beautiful volume gathers the lost voices of the past in a benign web”Yorkshire Times
White Ink Stains draws on the lives of women and includes poems written in response to interviews for the Reading Sheffield oral history project. Eleanor is a poet and translator who lives, writes and dances (Argentine tango) in Sheffield. Her debut collection Maiden Speech was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and included her much anthologised poem ‘Bitcherel’.