From Kylie to Camus, the X-Files to Pizza Hut, suburbia to call centre shifts . . . this witty and poignant sequence of poems forms a travelogue through the preoccupations of a twenty-year-old in the late 1990s. Holly Magill's portrait of a burgeoning poet navigating her way through British society in the throes of social and political change is not to be missed.
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