Everything Speaks In Its Own Way

Everything Speaks In Its Own Way

Kate Tempest / Oct 22, 2020

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  • Title: Everything Speaks In Its Own Way
  • Author: Kate Tempest
  • ISBN: 9780956684
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Kate Tempest"

      • Kate Tempest

        Kate Tempest started out when she was 16, rapping at strangers on night buses and pestering MCs to let her on the mic at raves Ten years later she is a published playwright, novelist, poet and respected recording artist Her work includes Balance, her first album with band Sound of Rum Everything Speaks in its Own Way her first collection of poems, the critically acclaimed plays Wasted, Glasshouse and Hopelessly Devoted Brand New Ancients, her self performed epic poem to a live score, won the Ted Hughes Award 2012 and the Herald Angel at Edinburgh Fringe It has sold out tours in the UK and New York and is published by Picador Her second collection of poetry, Hold Your Own, will be published by Picador on October 2014 Her debut novel, The Bricks That Built The Houses, sold in a highly competitive auction to Bloomsbury and will be published in territories including the UK, US, France, Holland and Brazil in Spring 2015.


    1. Review can also be found here.I’ve never had a great appreciation for prose and poetry—verse novels, yes. Plays like Sophocles’ and Shakespeare’s? Yes. But, just simply prose and poetry? No. I tried my best really. My interest sparked in my creative writing class and I fell in love with how few words could deliver a sucker punch of emotions. It became a belief that each and every word has to be perfectly chosen and never wasted in order to create the desired imagery. And so, I began read [...]

    2. This book has instantly found itself a spot in my Top 5 books of all time. Kate's poetry speaks as loudly on paper as it does when she performs.

    3. A quick note - this review reveals the format and tone of the overall collection, discussing the language, more than the subjects of the poems. But if you don't want to know anything, don't read this review.I've now read all of Kate Tempest's poetry (and I devoured this collection in 24 hours). If I was to read her plays, she would be the only author I have ever read all the existing work of. I don't find myself disappointed, however, that all her poetry is read. I'm happy to have absorbed it an [...]

    4. Quality Rating: Four StarsEnjoyment Rating: Three StarsSome of the poems in this collection I adored, some I was indifferent about - but I was surprised to find that I found them all really hard to read. I have a feeling it's more to do with the tiny print and bulk formatting of poetry as opposed to Tempest's writing itself since I've never had a problem with her style in the past. But I definitely enjoyed this collection less because I couldn't properly process what was being said, so sadly thi [...]

    5. Another brilliant book by Kate Tempest (my new favorite writer). "Monuments" is the best love poem I've ever read.

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