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Reviews

  • A hugely accessible book of fundamentally human poems.

    Jade Craddock, Nudge
  • Poems of extraordinary delicacy and transcendence.

    Suzi Feay, Independent on Sunday
  • As lucid and direct as anything being written today… Every word is subordinated to its purpose: not the display but a mastery of the writing self… Rollinson has an impeccable ear.

    Fiona Sampson, New Statesman
  • Talking Dead is an unusual and interesting collection of poems… Rollinson does it with a wry grit, honest earthiness and often with quite the wicked sense of humour. The language can be as fruity as the subject matter, some poems are sensual and some shocking, together they form a quite eclectic mix. I laughed and I gasped as I read through. One of the things that I most enjoyed about the collection was how down to earth it was. Whilst Rollinson’s poetry is vivid, lyrical and beautiful it isn’t flowery.

    Simon Savidge, Savidge Reads

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