Nine years in the past, Felix Cheong declared he would cease publishing poetry. He felt, he says, that he was repeating himself, that he had nothing new to say.
Last Friday, the 53-year-old needed to eat his phrases on the launch of B-Sides And Backslides: 1986-2018 (inset), a group of “outtakes” from previous volumes in addition to new work impressed by his collaborations with classical musicians.
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