Ian M. Emberson died on the 4th November (2013). A talented poet, artist and critic, he will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Ian was an artist and writer with eight books published, including a novel-in-verse Pirouette of Earth, which was praised by Ted Hughes, and a study of Charlotte Brontė, Pilgrims from Loneliness, which has received accolades from Margaret Smith - arguably the world's leading Brontë scholar.
Ian's web site can be found at: http://www.ianemberson.co.uk
- Messages from Distant Shores, Angria, 2006
- Pilgrims from Loneliness : an interpretation of Charlotte Brontë's 'Jane Eyre' and 'Villette', The Brontë Society, 2005
- The Snake and the Star, Angria, 2003
- The Comet of 1811, Angria, 2001
- Natural Light, Fighting Cock Press, 1998
- Pirouette of Earth: a novel in verse, University of Salzburg, 1995
- Three Brontë Poems, Angria, 1993
- Swallows Return, Envoi, 1986
- Doodles in the Margins of my Life , Fighting Cock Press, 1981
When it was Autumn in Eden
Woodhouse Mill, Todmorden
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