Elizabeth Diamond is a prize-winning poet. She had a pamphlet and a collection published when she lived in Hertfordshire and regularly read her poetry in London. She took an eighteen year break from writing poetry to concentrate on prose, which culminated in two-book deal with Picador for her first novel, An Accidental Light.
Eight years ago, she returned to her first love, poetry. Voices is the result of that return.
Ian Royce Chamberlain
A deeply moving collection………. Diamond frequently redeploys that first person device, drawing you in so effectively. You become Bertha Mason, you are trapped on the roof of Grenfell Tower, you are the nemesis iceberg…