Cover features the word ‘giant’ in large, distressed text at the top and bottom.

Giant

Richard Georges

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978-1-9997736-1-8 · 80 pages · 129 × 198 mm


Giant is a manifestation, a creation story born of the ocean. Words turn over and under, shipwrecked then safe-shored. A blend of ghosts and myths meld and coalesce into being, as headstrong as the mountains, as wavering as the sea.

Richard Georges is the winner of the 2015 Marvin Williams Prize for Caribbean Literature. His poems have been shortlisted for several awards, namely the Forward Prize for Best First Collection, the Hollick Arvon Prize, the Small Axe Literary Prize, and the Wasafiri New Writing Prize.


Praise & Reviews

Georges is a poet enraptured by the miraculous. — Rajiv Mohabir

These poems are sky-rooted and earthbound. — Ishion Hutchinson

[A] voice both calming and cleansing. — Nick Ripatrazone

[An] essential collection. — Anthony Anaxagorou

On an island with many giants, Georges’ collection is a great tribute and paean. — Peter Raynard, Poetry School

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