Part of the Changing Perspectives of a Cultural Landscape talk series, writer Suzie Grogan gives us an exclusive insight into her new book John Keats: Poetry, Life & Landscapes.
Suzie Grogan is a freelance writer in the fields of literary and social history. As well as John Keats: Poetry, Life & Landscapes, she is the author of Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War’s Legacy for Britain’s Mental Health (Pen and Sword, 2014) and Death Disease & Dissection: The Life of a Surgeon Apothecary 1750-1850 (Pen and Sword, 2017) also inspired by her lifelong study of John Keats.
Suzie writes regularly for national magazines and is a contributor to The Wordsworth Trust’s Romanticism Blog and others focusing on the Romantic Movement. She has written widely on the subject of mental health and focuses on how art and landscape can combine to inspire and nurture.
This talk will premiere at the University of Cumbria YouTube Channel as a FREE public event on Mon 12th of April at 6.30pm. Register now to receive the direct link to the talk via email.
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