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Maggie Harris is a Guyanese-born poet and author who migrated to the UK in 1971. Other collections include From Berbice to Broadstairs, After a Visit to a Botanical Garden and Sixty Years of Loving (Cane Arrow Press). She holds a BA Honours Degree in African/Caribbean studies and an MA in Post-Colonial Studies from Kent University as a mature student. She won the Guyana Prize for Literature in 2000 for her poetry collection, Limbolands. Her recorded poems for children are Anansi Meets Miss Muffet.
Selected Poems 1999-2010. After a Visit to a Botanical Garden. After a Visit to a Botanical Garden is a collection of poetry by Maggie Harris that explores themes of paradise, from Raleigh’s visit to Guyana to contemporary exploration of the ‘exotic’ through botanic imagery
Selected Poems 1999-2010. From Berbice to Broadstairs. After a Visit to a Botanical Garden is a collection of poetry by Maggie Harris that explores themes of paradise, from Raleigh’s visit to Guyana to contemporary exploration of the ‘exotic’ through botanic imagery. Shortlisted: Guyana Prize for Literature. Maggie’s poems dart like hummingbirds: vivid, precise, lyrical, playful and singing with a chorus of voices. This collection brings colour and life to the greyest winter’s day. Maggie Butt. Publisher: Cane Arrow Press Year: 2010 ISBN: 978 0 9562901 1 3.
Maggie Harris was born in Guyana and has lived in the UK since 1971
Maggie Harris was born in Guyana and has lived in the UK since 1971. She is an author and poet and writes for both adults and children. Her first collection of poetry, Limbolands, won The Guyana Prize for Literature, 2000, After a Visit to a Botanical Garden was shortlisted for the prize in 2011. A short story collection, Canterbury Tales on a Cockcrow Morning will be published in 2012 by Cultured Llama and launched during the Canterbury Festival.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, 50 acres (200,000 m2), is a botanical garden located at 1800 Lakeside Avenue, on the North Side of Richmond, Virginia. It includes the Lakeside Wheel Club built by Lewis Ginter and expanded and remodeled into Bloemendaal by his niece Grace Arents.
The Botanical Garden in Potsdam (German: Botanischer Garten Potsdam or Botanischer Garten der Universität Potsdam), is a botanical garden and arboretum maintained by the University of Potsdam. It has a total area of . hectares, of which 5 hectares are open to the public, and is located immediately southwest of the Orangery Palace at Maulbeerallee 2, Potsdam, in the German state of Brandenburg. It is open daily; an admission fee is charged for the glasshouses only (2017).
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