Clare Saponia

Clare Saponia is a London/Berlin/Brighton-based writer, poet and linguist, and the author of two previous poetry collections: The Oranges of Revolution (Smokestack Books 2015) and Copyrighting War and other Business Sins (2011). Clare’s poetry has featured in various magazines and anthologies, including Smokestack Lightening (Smokestack Books 2022), They want all our teeth to be theirs (Culture Matters 2021), The Cry of the Poor (Culture Matters 2021), The Brown Envelope Book (Caparison Books 2021), Witches, Warriors, Workers (Culture Matters 2020), Kakania – An Anthology (Austrian Cultural Forum 2015), The Robin Hood Book – Verse versus Austerity (Caparison Books 2012), Emergency Verse – Poetry in Defence of the Welfare State (Caparison Books 2011). Clare also works as a coach, artist and teacher.

In May 2022, Palewell Press published Clare's new collection - Federal Gods

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