Rebecca Tamas' poetry has been well received since it hit the scene a few years ago, and this latest work, a collection of essays, is also making waves. She explores grief, identity, living and experience, though the lens of events in her life interwoven with explorations which range across the topics of feminism, violence, female bodies, exploitation, livestock animals, swimming, funfairs, ghosts and mystery. Tamas takes the reader the whole way in a short, personal, generous book.


N.l.: Makrina Books, 2020. Paperback, 105 pages. New. 


Strangers: Essays on the Human and Nonhuman - Rebecca Tamas