Reviews

  • He displays an amazing talent for intimacy on paper – sometimes, it almost takes your breath away.

    Kate Kellaway, Observer
  • It's all implicit, subtle, hypnotic and often beautiful.

    Monocle
  • 150 poems of 15 lines, combining dazzling elegance and a rare imaginative humility.

    Sean O'Brien, Independent
  • 150 poems of fifteen lines, tackling multiple subjects from peeling an orange to the universe's "scattergram of long-dead suns". Not a dud among them.

    Adam Thorpe, Times Literary Supplement
  • Roberts’ most ambitious collection offers a potent and sensory multiplicity.

    Good Book Guide

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