Some of the nice things people say…
We’re delighted that some folk have taken the time to review our books – on this page you’ll quotes and links to some of those reviews. If you would like a review copy of any of our books then please get in touch through the contact page.
Keepsake is a debut collection of poetry by Kayleigh Campbell, and what a treat it is. Although the poems’ subjects are on the edge (of life, land, and sanity), the effective is far from liminal. There is a freshness, clarity and purpose to Campbell’s writing that makes shards of glass glitter in spring’s sun.
– Michael Stewart (author of the best selling novel Ill Will)
‘A glance at the contents list – a Neocleous poem in itself – puts you immediately in Katerina’s ambiguous world: is this everyday reality? Yes – but a real world on which this poet’s magic touch confers so many extra dimensions: bluebell woods, cherry blossom and crows are here immediately as themselves, yet sit alongside and bleed into alchemy, necromancy and a grimoire. Once read, these poems of desire and regret, like Katerina’s Burr itself, will be snagged fast for weeks in your mind. What glorious words! What tear-washed colour! What compelling music!’
– Charles Johnson (Editor at Obsessed with Pipework)
David Mark Williams reviews Swn y Morloi for The Lake – read the review
Pauline Rowe reviews an ache with each welcoming kiss for Sphinx Review – read the review
Vic Pickup reviews an ache with each welcoming kiss for Sphinx Review – read the review
Jonathan Humble reviews between two rivers for his blog Northern Jim – read the review