Coma Songs

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Coma Songs, by James Nash

James Nash's first  major collection, reprinted in 2006, shows a mature writer flexing his muscles and asking the big questions;  What do men talk about in the gym? Which people should you steer clear of?  What songs would you want played to you in a coma?  Why is having sex in an allotment not a good idea?

distinctive, delicious, dark and daring
Dan Jeffrey, editor of The Leeds Guide
Coma Songs illuminates wonderfully the small details and the large issues of life, love and language.  Magical, memorable poems:  poignant yet rich with humour, and underpinned, above all, by a great humanity.  A marvellous collection.
Sarah Waters

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