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Steve Savage Publishers Ltd
CoverCrazy Love

Victoria Mosley

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isbn 9781904246039 rrp 6.99 paperback 112 pages

Crazy Love is poems about love, stars, anger, moments, nights, mornings, tastes, America, heat, shockwaves, fear, withdrawal, cities, scents, hunger, pilgrimages, Icarus, dreams, loss, solitude, creation. Crazy Love is Victoria Mosley's second collection.

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Well-known performance poet and the author of Dry Season, Victoria Mosley founded Paradigm Poets in 1998 and is the Artistic Director. In 2002 she was appointed Writer in Residence for the Astrophysics Group at the Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College, London. She has programmed, curated and taught workshops and performances at London's Riverside Studios for young spoken word artists, and for 2002 was the spoken word programmer at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow. In 2003 a cd came out from Victoria Mosley and the Sublimes: God Bless America!. In 2004 Victoria Mosley was the guest of the British Council in the Indonesian city of Surabaya and did workshops and performances there.

She was writer in residence at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London for two years from September 2004, and in 2005 coordinated An Evening of Dance and Poetry for the Children of Aceh at SOAS.

In May 2006 Victoria Mosley hosted a jazz and poetry night 'Love Is in the Air' at the Groucho Club's Gennaro Room. She took part in What?!?MusicFest07, A Night of Randomly Connected Music, at The Spitz in London's Spitalfields Market in March 2007. In 2008 she took part in the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival on the Indonesian island of Bali.

In June 2011 Moonfisher, Victoria Mosley's debut novel, was published.

'Victoria Mosley's poems are compelling. She writes with power and brilliance. Her love lyrics are deeply personal and vividly seductive: they jump off the page with the energy of their performance. The forms are loose but elegant, and the imagery has a laser precision that is sometimes painfully sharp, and always surprising.'
-- Max Saunders, author of Ford Madox Ford: A Dual Life