Review of ‘I Have Grown Two Hearts’ by Zoë Siobhan Howarth-Lowe

When I read ‘Morning Song’ by Sylvia Plath, I thought I would never again read a poem that so vividly and movingly captures motherhood. That was until I read Zoë Siobhan Howarth-Lowe’s second pamphlet, ‘I Have Grown Two Hearts’ from Hedgehog Poetry Press. There are so many poems here to match Plath’s classic. In herContinue reading “Review of ‘I Have Grown Two Hearts’ by Zoë Siobhan Howarth-Lowe”

Review of ‘Eat the Storms’ by Damien B. Donnelly

Just occasionally you come across a voice in poetry that is distinctive and unique. Damien Donnelly in his first collection ‘Eat the Storms’ is exactly that. The world in Donnelly’s poems is a chaotic and turbulent place with no defining truth or reality. Life is problematic and alienating. Humankind has lost its way and theContinue reading “Review of ‘Eat the Storms’ by Damien B. Donnelly”

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