The Corrosion Zone is the second collection of poems by Barbara Strang.
This book charts a rollercoaster ride through grief and loss to redemption. These are scary regions where a lesser poet would be bogged down; she wings it through with her short understated lines, infused with light and the occasional dash of wit.
"both open eyed and tender" - James Norcliffe, on Barbara Strang's "Georgic".
"A significant new voice in New Zealand poetry" - John O'Connor, on Duck Weather
|Title||The Corrosion Zone|
|Category||New Zealand Poetry|