Shortlisted for Costa Poetry Award 2020
Shortlisted for Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2020
Shortlisted for John Pollard Foundation International Poetry Prize 2021
Poetry Book of the Month - The Telegraph May 2020
Included in Books of the Year 2020 - The TLS November 2020
Juana of Castile (commonly referred to as Juana la Loca – Joanna the Mad) was a sixteenth-century Queen of Spain, daughter of the instigators of the Inquisition. Conspired against, betrayed, imprisoned and usurped by her father, husband and son in turn, she lived much of her life confined at Tordesillas, and left almost nothing by way of a written record.
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