Poems By Kenneth Steven

Kenneth Steven


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It was by coracle that the early Celts made journeys on the sea roads of their time. A coracle is a tiny vessel, yet it is sufficient to carry one soul on a whole voyage. This collection of poems is about voyages, both real and figurative; journeys of many kinds. It is about facing danger and doubt with faith - against all the odds.


Kenneth Steven:
Kenneth Steven is first and foremost a poet: 12 of his collections have appeared to date. He makes many programmes for BBC Radio: the majority of these poetry-related. His programme on the Scottish island of St Kilda won a Sony. Kenneth is also very much a writer of fiction for adults and youngsters alike: SPCK will publish his novel <b>The Well of the North Wind</b> in the spring of 2016. Kenneth’s books have appeared in some 16 languages over the years. He travels widely to give readings and talks.