Gareth Calway's poetic career spans being official poet for Bristol City FC through to being head of English at Smithdon High School in Hunstanton.
And he will be performing his work next weekend in a one-man show at Sheringham Little Theatre.
Calway, 50, has just launched his seventh collection of verse, Exile in his Own Country, which is described as "a harvest of his best work and an extensive selection of new poems".
His work uses his roots in the West Country and Wales as a foil to his adult life in East Anglia as a way of examining what 'home' really is.
In 2004 the EDP called his work "imaginative, evocative", saying "this sell-out show must be repeated", and now it is.
* Exile in his Own Country is published by bluechrome priced £7.99. Tickets for Saturday's show cost £7. Call Sheringham Little Theatre box office on 01263 822347.
This article is reproduced courtesy of Kieron Pim and the Eastern Daily Press
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