Reviews

  • "Eliot comes repeatedly to mind in reading Interference Pattern because, in its tragic grandeur and sophistication, it is a poem that could come to be for the twenty-first century what The Waste Land was to the twentieth."

    David Collard, Times Literary Supplement
  • "This collection carries you, unnerves and stimulates. It absolutely meets TS Eliot’s requirement that poetry be “genuine”… It is vividly miscellaneous poetry…bracing, original."

    Kate Kellaway, Observer
  • "Interference Pattern teases us at every turn, inviting us to try to unlock its secrets while keeping the keys just out of sight… The multifarious voices in the book mostly speak over each other but occasionally to each other, creating an intricate web of echoes and half-echoes."

    Roger Cox, Scotland on Sunday