Things I Did While I Was Dead

Things I Did While I Was Dead Rosie Garland is a writer poet novelist and singer with The March Violets Powerfully articulating diverse themes including childhood relationships gender and serial killers Things I Did While I W

  • Title: Things I Did While I Was Dead
  • Author: Rosie Garland
  • ISBN: 9780955509254
  • Page: 359
  • Format: None
  • Rosie Garland is a writer, poet, novelist and singer with The March Violets Powerfully articulating diverse themes including childhood, relationships, gender and serial killers, Things I Did While I Was Dead is her first poetry collection since beating throat cancer and first as herself she also has a well known alter ego, Rosie Lugosi cabaret chanteuse and decadent hRosie Garland is a writer, poet, novelist and singer with The March Violets Powerfully articulating diverse themes including childhood, relationships, gender and serial killers, Things I Did While I Was Dead is her first poetry collection since beating throat cancer and first as herself she also has a well known alter ego, Rosie Lugosi cabaret chanteuse and decadent hostess of such events as Burlesque at The Lowry theatre, Manchester Rosie has won both the Diva and Alternative Oscar awards for solo performer, the DaDa award for performance art and the People s Caf Poetry Award in New York Candid, tender and surprising, these are poems about love and longing, myth and mirrors, the self and the other self Things I Did While I Was Dead packs a powerful punch Jackie Kay MBE, poet novelist.

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    1. Rosie Garland's poems are sharp, shocking, deep and thought-provoking at the same time. She explores a variety of themes in this collection, including gender, sexuality and myths. I love how she uses popular figures from myths and folktales to question gender identities and stereotyping, leading into restraint and oppression -- even of the goddesses.

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