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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Thanks to Rob Hindle for sending me a copy of his poetry collection “Some Histories of the Sheffield Flood 1864”.

This is a response to an event which few people know about, when the Dale Dyke Dam up in the hills above Sheffield burst, and water poured down through the city along the Loxley and Don valleys.

The book is published by Templar Poetry and costs £3.

This is backed up by a page on GeographyPages, which features some versions of the poems that Rob sent me last year.

Why not sample the poems on the websites and then order a copy for yourself. Keep an eye out for more poetry readings around Sheffield as well.

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