Extremely personal yet highly relatable, Alright, Girl? is a frank
exploration of class, gender and belonging. Maria Ferguson
refl ects on her working-class heritage, her journey into
womanhood and the choices she must now face in an age of
austerity and gentrifi cation.
Full of heart and humour, these poems chart the familiarity
of East End pubs, the pangs of loss, the mercy of love and the
inescapable bonds of female friendship.
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