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Saved to Cloud

Kate Foley

Publisher: Arachne Press

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Summary

The algorithm
of my own life, faded
and spidery,
is written,
not keyed in.
From bombsites used as childhood playgrounds to lockdown FaceTime calls, Kate Foley looks back on almost nine decades of life – a life characterised by curiosity, resistance and a strong connection with the natural world.
Appreciation and concern for the planet runs through this frank and moving collection, which muses on the notions of faith and belief, ultimately rejecting both Whitehall politics and traditional religion as inadequate to deal with environmental crisis.
Simultaneously nostalgic and highly concerned with the future, Kate Foley's candid reminiscence and simple use of language draw us softly into consideration of life's big questions: What's it all for? How will we be remembered?
Will it build again, our earth?
Available since: 02/09/2023.
Print length: 60 pages.

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