Katrina Naomi's poetry collection, 'Wild Persistence', written after a move from London to Cornwall, considers distance and closeness, and questions how to live. She dissects 'dualism' and arrival, sex and dance, a trip to Japan. There is a strong section of poems about the aftermath of an attempted rape. Her voice is convincing and contemporary.
Plastiglomerate finds our world in the midst of environmental disaster: from plastic pollution and wrecked shipping to fires in the Amazon rainforest. It completes a trilogy of poetry books that examines mankind's impact on the earth.