Book Review

Review – Tongues of Fire by Sean Hewitt

Synopsis: In this collection, Seán Hewitt gives us poems of a rare musicality and grace. By turns searing and meditative, these are lyrics concerned with the matter of the world, its physicality, but also attuned to the proximity of each moment, each thing, to the spiritual.  Here, there is sex, grief, and loss, but also… Continue reading Review – Tongues of Fire by Sean Hewitt

Book Review

Review – Surge by

Synopsis: Jay Bernard's extraordinary debut is a fearless exploration of the New Cross Fire of 1981, a house fire at a birthday party in which thirteen young black people were killed.  Dubbed the 'New Cross Massacre', the fire was initially believed to be a racist attack, and the indifference with which the tragedy was met… Continue reading Review – Surge by