Published September 30th, 2016
A ‘lipogram’ is a composition in which the writer systematically omits a certain letter (or certain letters) of the alphabet. Working within this constraint of the ‘lipogram’, Stance is a poetry collection which is completely constructed without the use of the letter i.
Moving beyond the personal pronoun to be more objective, this collection delves through characters and narratives, as well as taking, at times, an imperative stance.
This is Mark’s third book with Patrician Press.
The other two titles are:
Mark Brayley is a poet and novelist and graduated from Essex University with an MA in Creative Writing in 2010. Having performed poetry for many years, he has a range of styles but has a particular predilection for the work of the French writing group …Visit Mark Brayley‘s page