In Stranger we journey from people to places, visiting creatures, objects and conditions, all of which are odd, slightly off-kilter, seen from an unusual perspective. Linguistically deft and formally inventive, the poems challenge us to reflect on the stranger in our midst, conceptions of social and personal estrangement, the strangeness of everyday life and what we might take to be apparitions. With sections introduced by translations of Chinese Sung Dynasty poetry, the poems move between brief and longer meditations. Original, haunting, alive to our current global situation, these are inventive poems brimming with integrity from a distinctive voice.