In Quantum Theory for Cats, York-based poet and ghost-trail guide Ian Stuart ably chaperones us through the winding snickelways between bitter beauty and sweet ugliness. After hearing from both of Schrödinger's pets, we witness spontaneous tears in a bookshop, watch an ambulance arrive through a crack in the curtains, then spend time with saints, artists, doppelgangers, and the unborn. Treading nimbly between wit and profundity, this long-overdue collection from an intriguing new voice in UK poetry will take listeners with "a sense of sadness as sharp as their sense of humor" on a brief but invigorating excursion through the humor and tragedy of life.
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