Reviews

  • Assured and tactful… Sleeping Keys is a book distinguished by rueful but unembittered wisdom.

    Sean O'Brien, Guardian
  • Full of poems that are unashamedly domestic.

    Suzi Feay, Independent on Sunday
  • The poems in this collection are short, terse, painful reflections on ends and beginnings… The later poems are ones of resilience, rebirth and hope.

    Catholic Herald
  • Apparently simple, down to earth poems with deep, unexpected, surprising images... Every line, each word are loaded with meaning.

    Lancashire Life
  • Poems scarred with the painful aftermath of a marital break-up and the wounded delight of new love. Anyone who has been through a divorce will recognise the language of these elegies. Sprackland’s tone sometimes reminds me of Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy.

    Bel Mooney, Daily Mail

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