Review of ‘Feverfew’ by Anna Saunders

There are poets who have something profound to say and there are others poets who are highly accomplished in their art, expert technicians. Feverfew (Indigo Dreams Publishing, 2021), Anna Saunders’ latest collection, shows she is one of that rare breed of writers who can do both and having read the collection several times I canContinue reading “Review of ‘Feverfew’ by Anna Saunders”

Drop-in: imagery, confessionalism and ‘lying to tell the truth’ in the poetry of Anna Saunders.

I’m particularly delighted to welcome Anna Saunders today to talk about poems in her new collection, ‘Feverfew’. When I studied for my MA (under the superb Irish poet, Nigel Mcloughlin, at The University of Gloucestershire) we presented a collection of poems and a critical analysis for our final dissertation. This selection of poems went ontoContinue reading “Drop-in: imagery, confessionalism and ‘lying to tell the truth’ in the poetry of Anna Saunders.”

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