Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Hazel Frew
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Hazel Frew poet

Hazel Frew grew up on Broughty Ferry on the east coast of Scotland and now lives in Glasgow.


Seahorses (Shearsman, 2008)

Clockwork Scorpion (Rack Press, 2007)

Hazel Frew graduated from Glasgow University and after a spell with The Glasgow Media Group started writing poems and short stories. Clockwork Scorpion was launched at the Swedenborg Hall in Bloomsbury, London in 2007. Hazel has multiple allergies which impact her life and poetry.

Blurb: “I like my poems to get to the point, be direct, but in an unusual, indirect way. Glimpses of dreams, lovers, sickness, grief-strange portraits and incidents. Succinct, neat, precise. Cutting things away, shearing images, keeping words to a minimum-hopefully elaborate, sharp, funny and poignant-with the aloud sound of the poem intrinsic to the form. The resulting poems incisive, honest and humorous. My first collection is a camera of twelve years, cataloguing quirky characters and events, family, relationships, death, the world, comets and beyond.” (Hazel Frew)

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