Alyson Hallett
Alyson Hallett's work spans different continents and art forms. She has a poem carved into Milsom Street pavementin Bath, words etched into glass in a library in Bristol, and she runs the international poetry and public art projectThe Migration Habits of Stones. She currently works as a Fellow with the Royal Literary Fund. Prior to this, shewas a Leverhulme-funded poet-in-residence in the University of Exeter's Geography Department. In 2010, she completed apractice-based PhD in Poetry and Geographical Intimacy. She lives in Falmouth, Cornwall. Suddenly Everythingis her second full volume of poetry. Please visit for more information.

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Alyson Hallett: Suddenly Everything, October 2013. 72 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-43-5
£9.50 (+ 2.00 p&p), €10.00 (+ 2.00 p&p), US$ 12.00 (+ 3.00 p&p)

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