Tom Pow

Barefoot: The Collected Poems of Alastair Reid

County Buildings
Sun 23 Sep

For the first time, the poems of the late Alastair Reid have been collected in one place. Tom Pow, Reid’s friend and the editor of this new volume, talks about the life and work of a Galloway original – New Yorker writer, intimate of Borges and Neruda, nemesis of Robert Graves (whose girlfriend he eloped with) and itchy-footed citizen of the world, never happier than when travelling light. [S] [207]


Supported by Anne Brown