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Where Concrete and Coral Bells Kiss

A collection of poems by

This bold new poetry collection, inspired by Native American tradition, explores a romance between a young white woman with a wild spirit and a passionate Shawnee warrior.

Tangling elements of spirituality, sexuality and cultural identity, these poems capture the intensity of a transatlantic love affair that transcends oceans, time and even death itself.

This collection has been written in memory of the poet's late aunt who had Apache ancestry.

10% of all profits made from this book will be donated to the Native American Heritage Association.

Helen Cox is a Yorkshire-born novelist and poet, best known for her Kitt Hartley murder mystery series. Helen's poetry has previously been published in Popshot Magazine, From Whispers to Roars, Riggwelter and the TL;DR Women's Anthology. Helen coordinates the poetry courses at City Lit, London and teaches an annual poetry masterclass at Keats House.

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