By Setareh Ebrahimi
August 2020 PRE-ORDER NOW!
Wordsmithery is delighted to publish Iranian-British poet Setareh Ebrahimi’s first full length collection Galloping horses.
The book will be launched in August, but you can pre-order it now to be the first to receive a copy!
"Mothers wear many hats but can never shed the one marked "mother". Setareh Ebrahimi reflects on a stage of life that never ends, in a cracked mirror that reveals much and hints at other secrets as yet unwritten." Barry Fentiman Hall
Setareh Ebrahimi is an Iranian-British poet. She completed her Bachelor’s in English Literature at The University of Westminster in 2014, and her Master’s in English and American Literature at The University of Kent in 2016. She has been published numerous times in various journals and magazines, including Proletarian Poetry, The Menteur and Ink Sweat & Tears. Her poetry has also been anthologised numerous times, most recently by Eibonvale Press.
Setareh released her first pamphlet of poetry, In My Arms, from Bad Betty Press in 2018. She regularly performs her poetry in Kent and London, has hosted her own poetry evenings and leads writing workshops. Setareh is currently a contributing editor for Thanet Writers and a reviewer at Confluence Magazine. Setareh has been nominated for The Pushcart Prize and in 2018 was one of the poets in residence of The Margate Bookie, at The Turner Contemporary Gallery.
Reviews of In My Arms
‘The mood of In My Arms is breathless, deathless, hushed, brimming with imagery that engages and intoxicates the senses.’ Ink, Sweat & Tears
‘The debut pamphlet from Setareh Ebrahimi announces a new talent for a new era in spoken word and live literature. The ‘secret weight’ of this book is its ability to fuse surreal lyricism and powerful imagery.’ Joelle Taylor
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