By Caitlin Thornley.
A nostalgic coming of age tale that explores questions of existence and its futility whilst simultaneously marvelling in the excellence of us, the world, the universe and beyond. - Thornley pieces together her experiences of life, love and death in visceral modern poetry. - A note from the author: “I looked for The Meaning of Life. I couldn’t find it. But I documented my journey anyway. Take this book. Read it, experience it, enjoy it. I hope that you will see yourself in my words.” - WHO SAYS YOU CANT PLAY SONGS ABOUT DEATH ON HOSPITAL RADIO? is the debut poetry collection of Caitlin Thornley, a writer from Berkshire. Her work can also be found on Instagram (@caitlinthornleywords) where she is often posting drafts and new writing.