A Season in Another World

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A Season in Another World

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Limited edition: Saddle-stitched with 100% dyed hemp cord. Thai bamboo leaf (interior) and wrapped seal (exterior).

A Season in Another World is the latest chapbook by UK poet, Matt Duggan. Containing the winning poem of the 2017 Into the Void Poetry Contest, "Elegy for Magdalena", this 21-poem chapbook is bound to place you in another world with elegant metaphors and stunning imagery.

"A Season in Another World by Matt Duggan is suggestive of so many emotions present in our day to day life-journey like love, happiness, pain, and loss, that it explodes within and beyond any expectation we may have of poetry..."

—María Castro Domínguez, author of A face in the crowd

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About the Author

 Matt Duggan lives in his hometown of Bristol in the U.K. His poems have appeared in journals such as  The Seventh Quarry, The Journal, The Dawntreader, Osiris, London Grip Magazine, Black Light Engine Room, Prole, Ink, Sweat, and Tears, Harbinger Asylum, Apogee Magazine  and others. In 2015, he won the prestigious Erbacce Prize for Poetry with his first full-length collection,  Dystopia 38.10  (erbacce-press, 2015). Matt has read his work across the U.K. and internationally in places such as Orta, Italy (Poetry on the Lake Festival); Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston, USA; Paxos, Greece.

Matt Duggan lives in his hometown of Bristol in the U.K. His poems have appeared in journals such as The Seventh Quarry, The Journal, The Dawntreader, Osiris, London Grip Magazine, Black Light Engine Room, Prole, Ink, Sweat, and Tears, Harbinger Asylum, Apogee Magazine and others. In 2015, he won the prestigious Erbacce Prize for Poetry with his first full-length collection, Dystopia 38.10 (erbacce-press, 2015). Matt has read his work across the U.K. and internationally in places such as Orta, Italy (Poetry on the Lake Festival); Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston, USA; Paxos, Greece.