Can You See Where I Am Coming From by Melanie BrantonCan You See Where I Am Coming From by Melanie Branton

Can You See Where I Am Coming From

byMelanie Branton

Paperback | November 10, 2018

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Space Dust and Spangles. Overboiled cabbage. Clotted cream. Placki ziemniaczane. Can You See Where I’m Coming From? examines the ingredients that have made Melanie Branton who she is, from a 1970s childhood in a family somewhere in the grey area between working and lower-middle class to a Dickensian boarding school, from bogus Cornishness to a stint teaching in Poland. Slaloming between belly laughs and gut-punching candour, this is a book about family, class, identity, romantic disappointment and soaring ambition. And vegetables.

Title:Can You See Where I Am Coming FromFormat:PaperbackDimensions:104 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.25 inPublished:November 10, 2018Publisher:Burning Eye BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1911570560

ISBN - 13:9781911570561

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From the Author

Space Dust and Spangles. Overboiled cabbage. Clotted cream. Placki ziemniaczane. Can You See Where I’m Coming From? examines the ingredients that have made Melanie Branton who she is, from a 1970s childhood in a family somewhere in the grey area between working and lower-middle class to a Dickensian boarding school, from bogus Cornishness to a stint teaching in Poland. Slaloming between belly laughs and gut-punching candour, this is a book about family, class, identity, romantic disappointment and soaring ambition. And vegetables.

Editorial Reviews

‘Melanie Branton is an unexpected poetry slap. The kind that makes your face tingle and your eyebrows skyrocket. She is funny, clever, ironic, dry, gripping, needed and you won’t see her coming until she is standing in your face.’ Liv Torc ‘Melanie Branton’s poetry is by turns deeply funny and achingly honest. She performs with humanity and passion and I think I’m a little in love with her. Words dance at her command.’Robert Garnham