Donald Gardner has been writing poetry since the early 1960s. Recent collections include The Wolf Inside (2014) and The Glittering Sea (2006), both published by Hearing Eye. He is also a translator of poetry and his selection of Remco Campert’s poetry, In those Days (Shoestring 2014) was awarded the Vondel Prize for literary translation. Born in London, he divides his time between Amsterdam and Kildare.
Published by Grey Suit
Many of these new poems started life in the early morning. First thing, before the mind steps in to remind you of more irksome issues, that's when I usually write. 'Early morning' is not so much the theme of this book as the background music.