A furry, quirky tale told in verse by Nelson poet Lindsay Pope with illustrations by Johanna Tyson.
Headwinds, Lindsay's first collection of poetry was was published in 2014 by Makaro Press.
A reader was moved to comment that his poems are "full of warmth and wryness and harsh morning light", and declared Lindsay to be "the scratchy cardigan of New Zealand poetry.’"
Now, emerging from the Op Shop, the "scratchy cardigan" presents Badly Wolf, a wry story in verse.
Lindsay Pope was born in Dunedin. He has been employed as a teacher of mathematics and has lived mostly in the Nelson region 1978.
In 2009 he completed a masters degree in creative writing at Victoria University. He writes for professional publications, poetry and feature articles.
His poetry has appeared in many New Zealand and international publications and online literary journals.
ILLUSTRATOR ~ JOHANNA TYSON
Jo Tyson's illustration for the Badly Wolf provide a delightful accompaniment to this furry tale. Jo has taught and exhibited in Nelson for over 25 years. She has also illustrated cards and the occasional book too. She takes a light approach to life and often employs humour in her artwork.