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Wanda Barford was born in Milan. In 1939 her family emigrated to Southern Rhodesia to escape anti-Jewish persecution. She later studied music at the Royal Academy of Music, London, and married an Englishman. Flambard Press (1990 - 2012) published five full collections of Wanda's poems and in 2017 D&W published her sixth, SHALL HAVE TO STOP NOW, which is based on imaginative letter-poems, as a pamphlet.
Previous collections, published by Flambard Poetry Press:
"Sweet Wine and Bitter Herbs"
"A Moon at the Door"
"Wanted on Voyage"
What is the Purpose of your Visit?
'Shall Have to Stop Now' by Wanda Barford
Wanda Barford writes:
"I was delighted and intrigued to discover that in seventeenth-century Italy, a poet called Gaspara Stampa had written many letter-poems, mostly in sonnet form."
The charming poems in this collection reflect Wanda Barford's early cosmopolitan life in Milan. Paris and South Africa, and her life-long interest in music.
'SHALL HAVE TO STOP NOW'
32 poems, 39 pages
150mm x 210mm
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