At or Below Sea Level

Published January 2019.

‘Here are poems that are dark, tricksy and full of a strange music and menace’ — Deborah Alma

‘Murky, sensual, myth-like, this is work of rich darkness’ — Rebecca Goss

‘With undercurrents of danger and loss, Sennitt Clough’s film noir world is one of scarecrows and lantern men…’ — Paul Stephenson


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Pub. December 2016

‘In just her debut collection, Sennitt Clough has already written the great pyschogeographic poetry of the Fenlands…A wonderful testament to the power of poetry as memoir and redress’ – Dai George

‘Precise and charged with grit and defiance. Each poem is expertly crafted and devastating in its restraint’ – Ella Frears



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Elisabeth Sennitt Clough’s inaugural pamphlet, Glass, is filled with poems that are detail-rich, evocative and precise. Poems that invite us into their world of dark humour, transforming their readers and revealing their deepest truths.

  • Poetry Society Young Poets’ Network ‘Top Pick’ Summer 2016
  • Shortlisted for Saboteur Awards 2017

‘Beauty and risk partner together in this extraordinary new voice. Sennitt Clough is a skillful poet who has an ability to lure you into an often dark and unsettling world and quietly…abduct you.’ – Mona Arshi

ISBN 978-0-9931756-4-0
36 pages.

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