Cath Nichols' poem of the month

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Our first poem of the month for 2008 was written by the popular leading North West poet, Cath Nichols. One-time coordinator of Liverpool's Dead Good Poets Society, Cath has gone on to various commissions and publications, including a highly successful radio play, appearances at several literature and arts festivals, and publications and recordings including Oxfam's ‘Life lines’ CD (£4.99 from your local Oxfam!), where she appears alongside Carol Ann Duffy, Simon Armitage, Wendy Cope, et al; and Tales of Boy Nancy (Driftwood, 2005), also produced as a short film launched at the National Maritime Museum.

View Cath's CV in our Poets' Showcase at

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