In Part and Parcel, I talk with writers and artists about a fascinating facet of their work.
"Perch, please, with me on the edge/ of an apocalypse," reads a line in Okla Elliott's debut full-length poetry collection, The Cartographer's Ink (published by NYQ Books). The world of this book is wild, but Elliott dares us not to pull away or flinch. Some of the poems look to history, philosophy,...
Also read: Bernard Cornwell: Bringing History to Life