Anne-Marie Fyfe’s poems have long dwelt on the role that the spaces we inhabit, the places in which we find security, play in our lives: House of Small Absences (Seren Books, publ. April 2015) is an observation window into strange, unsettling spaces — a deserted stage-set, our own personalised ‘museum’, a Piedmont albergo, underground cities, Midtown roof-gardens, convent orchards, houseboats, a foldaway circus, a Romanian sleeper-carriage; the familiar rendered uncanny through the distorting lenses of distance and life’s exigencies, its inevitable lettings-go…

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“Anne-Marie Fyfe’s poetry is taut, eloquent and deeply felt. Her poems are haunted by what the past does to the present, and by the physical relics of that past which is only relayed in snatches.”

— Helen Dunmore on The Ghost Twin. (Peterloo Poets)

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