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On Rona

Feature Kathleen Jamie

Far over the horizon, out in the North Atlantic, where one might expect a clear run to Iceland or even Labrador, or, if anything, just a guano-streaked gull slum, the island of Rona is one last green hill rising from the waves.

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Kathleen Jamie is the author of the essay collection Findings (Graywolf) and eight collections of poetry, including Mr & Mrs Scotland Are Dead (Picador) and The Treehouse (Bloodaxe), which received the Forward Poetry Prize. She waselected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 2009 and lives in Scotland.


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