Andy Brown is an eco-poet with a wide range of themes, a distinctive idiom and a marked playfulness of mind. He rejoices in the diversity of Nature as much as he relishes the quirks and multiplicities of language. His study of ecology informs much of his writing.

He has published a number of volumes of poetry, including Fall of the Rebel Angels: Poems 1996–2006 and most recently a collection with John Burnside, Goose Music.

Andy Brown writes: I was lucky to grow up bordering parks, fields and woodlands, along rivers and down seashores, and was inspired by this (and some great teachers) to follow ...


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