‘A sensory experience: bewildering sometimes, noisy sometimes, quiet sometimes. It is poetry that must be digested as one might a song or painting: with consideration for context, shape and energy. It is poetry that is experienced rather than simply read.’ — Neon Books
‘I’m perplexed by what these new lyrics intimate, their renewed musicality in being cut up and stuck elsewhere. These are amazing pieces.’ — litbitch
The book got a mention in a great article by SJ Fowler: ‘A Golden Time for British Innovative Poetry’, you can read that HERE.