Chimene Suleyman has lived under the watchful eye of Canary Wharf for most of her life. Her debut poetry collection, 'Outside Looking On', explores the positive and negative side of loneliness and boredom, using the Docklands as allegory and symbol. The tall, glass monoliths are as lonely as the characters who exist around them. But they offer constant support; a navigation tool, stars in the sky, always there, lights on. A constant presence and reassurance. Is it possible to claim for yourself a building that doesn't know you exist? 'Outside Looking On' is another powerful, daring work of site-specific literature from Influx Press.