Bobowler by Liz Berry

I heard this on the radio the other morning, and was transfixed. I love Liz Berry’s poetry. It’s full of the beauty of Black Country dialect words (like bobowler’ — a word for a large moth), and it grabs you by the heart when you least expect it. Even better is if you hear Liz herself read her poems, in her soft, warm voice.

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