Brilliant review of Vindication over on The Lake, from Hannah Stone:
Perhaps what resonates most from this collection is that whatever the subject matter, Wollstonecraft’s exhortation has been heeded throughout: ‘Women – endeavour to acquire/strength, both of mind and body,/ soft phrases, susceptibility/ of heart, delicacy of sentiment…’.
Cracking review by David Mark Williams of Cathy Bryant‘s Erratics over on The Lake
Bryant is given to firing from the hip, the poems barely containing at times the incandescent exuberance of what she is driven to express.
and an interview on Wombwell Rainbow
You can buy a copy of Erratics here!
A lovely review of Joy Howard‘s collection on The Lake poetry website from Jayne Marek
who says (amongst other things)
Foraging finds sustenance in the relics of our personal and collective histories, whether droll, sobering, or sad. Howard’s confident insights show love and respect for “that same tide / which will come for all of us” (“Going Back”).
One of those reviews that reminds me all over again just why I published a book. (She even mentioned how much she likes the cover.)
cover design by Karen Keogh