The Rink is set against the backdrop of three contemporary anxieties: life as a working class person, the reality of starting a new family, the enhanced potential for nuclear war. The author merges these three ideas into a palimpsestical poetry layered over the top of found pieces of paper: his dissertation cover sheet, old drafts of other poems, snippets from a Pat Arrowsmith poetry book, a sketch of a crab, and other things that he drew with his eyes closed.
Aaron Kent is a writer from Cornwall, where he lives with his wife and daughter. He enjoys reading Haruki Murakami books and watching Godzilla films in his spare time. He runs the small press Broken Sleep Books, and has just finished his debut novel. Every day is a struggle not to eat his body weight in peanut butter. Twitter: @GodzillaKent
Dimensions: 5 x 8 inch
Cat No: DW-421