Reviews

  • The same blend of mischievous wordplay, subversion of cliche and distinctive sense of humour that makes him one of Britain's most popular poets

    Spectator
  • As Far As I Know is self-effacing, unshowy, frequently funny, but with a quiet frankness

    Scotsman
  • Moving poems on memory, love, aging, death and youth ... with his characteristic mix of wordplay and punning, wit, melancholy and self-deprecation

    Independent