Two poetry reviews in print!

Spring has brought, among other things, contributors’ copies:

First, I’ve reviewed Jade Wallace’s poetry collection Love is a Place But You Cannot Live There for Spacing Magazine. It’s really rather perfect poetry for people interested in psychogeography, place, and the relationships between people and infrastructure and history and each other. It’s drawing on a lot of smarts while staying accessible, and it’s by turns haunted, sad, thoughtful, and really dryly funny.

I also review Barrie poet Caitlin McKenzie’s chapbook Wifehood for Room Magazine. It is hand-sewn, very deeply layered, and doing so much beneath a deceptively simple surface about relationships and how we vision and revision them.

More to come through the summer!

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