Fiona Sampson is a philosophical poet of a peopled landscape. In a steady stream of publications over the last two decades, she has refined her vision of human life in relationship to Nature. Her work presents a subtle perception of our condition where a profound sense of connection often comes in elusive moments of sudden insight.

What is sensed can only be hinted at through a sparse and unadorned language drawing on the powers of musical cadence and visual image. She is an epiphanic poet of Nature and presence, of phenomena and ontology, of tangible things and intangible being. As she ...


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