Review of ‘Three Colours Grief’

Three Colours Grief was published 2 years ago by erbacce-press. Only now, thanks to Barton Smock, has it had its first review. The three colours represent the blood of the animals, the blackness of pollution, and nature's enduring life-force. You can read the review here.

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Throats Full of Graves: A Review

I am very grateful to Barton Smock for his thoughtful review of Throats Full of Graves which you can read at his blog kingsoftrain. You can also read it at his ezine Pornsad, both places worthy of a visit in their own right. You can purchase the book from Lapwing Publications Store. Signed copies are also [...]

Clockwise Cat

My review of David McLean's, Puppies and Monks and Medieval Memories, has been published at Clockwise Cat. This is a book you'll want to buy but also available as a free download. Also over at Clockwise Cat you can read David's awesome review of my forthcoming chapbook from Virgogray Press, in the broken things. Nothing [...]

DISCONNECTIONS – a review by Carolyn Srygley-Moore

I am thrilled to receive a wonderful review of my forthcoming chapbook, DISCONNECTIONS, by one of my favourite ever poets, Carolyn Srygley-Moore. You can buy her long-awaited chapbook, 'Memory Rituals: An Army of Suns' at Marilyn's Poetry Buffet. If you are not familiar with her work I strongly recommend that you become acquainted. Disconnections, Gillian [...]

Puppies and Monks and Medieval Memories – David McLean

My review of David McLean's latest chapbook. Click the image to buy...you won't regret it. Puppies and Monk and Medieval Memories David McLean Heavy Hands Ink There is practically no poet writing today as prolific as David McLean, but what is truly remarkable is his consistency in quality and thought. McLean is secure in his [...]