Launched in LONDON: KEATS HOUSE | TUESDAY 24th OCTOBER 2017
From the letters of the artist Paul Nash to reminiscences of life on Castro St, San Francisco, at the heart of Pilgrimage is the contemporary and historical loss of family and friends – but also of landscapes, dignity and innocence – until the process of renewal begins again and “there is greening.”
Paul Maddern was born in Bermuda and lives in Co. Down. After twenty years in the restaurant trade, he obtained his PhD in 2011 and has since taught at the universities of Leeds, Edinburgh and Queen’s Belfast. The Beachcomber’s Report (Templar, 2010) was shortlisted for the Eithne Strong Best First Collection Award and won a Bermuda Government Literary Award.
Publication Date: 17th June 2017