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  • An electrifying collection of poems that makes your heart sing

    Jessie Burton, The Daily Telegraph
  • Alongside the tender, heart-breaking moments, there's humour and a visceral energy. These poems transport you, there's something primal in their intimacy... Berry doesn't hold anything back with this collection, its beauty lies in her willingness to embrace the unspoken, the hidden...the wisdom and insight within its pages to be passed around amongst those finding their way into their new identity

    Degna Stone
  • Sure to be a comfort to many new mothers, a salve to the soul during a time of huge change

    Evening Standard
  • The Republic of Motherhood gives us poems of the greatest importance... This is writing to carry round with you, a pamphlet to open in a schoolroom, a hospital, on a train, in a street, and share its words, its great life and its love, with everyone you can

    The Poetry School
  • There was an electric charge to this pamphlet... It’s a pamphlet of love in darkness, full of poems which have something of the holy relic about them

    Judges, Michael Marks Award

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