Scouse Brows is the debut poetry pamphlet from Madelaine Kinsella.
“Carefully-crafted radical missives from North Liverpool. A vital broadcast.” – Matthew Thomas Smith
“These poems are a prism through which the city’s wayward spirits are illuminated; jagged and full of nerve. Kinsella walks beside punters-come-prophets and stiff-necked school girls, circling the curses of want. Tending to scoured knees, she sings hymns of the headstrong and hungry, of sandstone and spit, reciting her homeland in a voice as frictive as the asphalt on which this city cuts its teeth.”– Stephanie Gavan
“A riveting and necessary poetry collection. From beginning to end, we are left yearning for more, but Kinsella leaves no crumbs behind.”– Kevanté A. C. Cash
Madelaine Kinsella is a poet from Liverpool. Scouse Brows is her debut poetry pamphlet. Her work largely focuses on Scouse identity, vernacular, and fashion culture. Madelaine, is the editor of poetry zine JARG and has also had work featured in Bido Lito! and Fourteen Poems.