Below are links to poetry reviews I’ve written (for London Grip unless otherwise stated). Links to and/or extracts from reviews of my own poetry can be found on the “Publications” page.

“The Metal Exchange” by David Cooke (Littoral Press) in The Poet 27 December 2022

“What Survives Is the Singing” by Shanta Acharya (Indigo Dreams Publishing) in The High Window 29 November 2022

“Workwear” by Carla Scarano D’Antonio (The High Window) 9 November 2022

“Farewell Performance” by Vernon Scannell (Smokestack Books) in The High Window 15 September 2022

“Blood Sugar, Sex, Magic” by Sarah James (Verve Poetry Press) 15 September 2022

“The Fall of Singapore” by Greg Freeman (Dempsey & Windle) in The High Window 22 June 2022

“Hotel Anonymous” by Mike Barlow (Pindrop Press) 25 April 2022

“Shimmering Horizons” by John Looker (Bennison Books) in The High Window 20 March 2022

“Mollusc” by Mark Totterdell (The High Window) 8 January 2022

“The God of Lost Ways” by Jane Lovell (Indigo Dreams Publishing) in The High Window 18 September 2021

“The Long Habit of Living” by M. R. Peacocke (Happenstance Press) 8 August 2021

“Coping Stones” by Richie McCaffery (FRAS Publications) 6 June 2021

“Larksong Static” by Martin Malone (The Hedgehog Poetry Press) 24 March 2021

“Sehnsucht” by Christine McNeill (Shoestring Press) 6 January 2021

“Planes Flying Over” by Robert Etty (Shoestring Press) 8 October 2020

“Out of Silence” by Fred Beake (Poetry Salzburg) 10 July 2020

“Blood Rain” by André Mangeot (Seren) 11 May 2020

“The Action” by Roger Garfitt (Carcanet) in The High Window 25 April 2020

“The Dancers of Colbek” by William Bedford (Two Rivers Press) 28 February 2020

“Exposure” by Derek Adams (Dempsey & Windle) 27 November 2019

“This Tilting Earth” by Jane Lovell (Seren) in The Blue Nib 24 November 2019

“The Where and When” by Malcolm Carson (Shoestring Press) 30 August 2019

“Six-Count Jive” by Rosie Johnston (Lapwing Publications) 13 July 2019

“Janky Tuk Tuks” by Wendy Holborow (The High Window) 5 April 2019

“Great Games” by Alistair Elliot (Shoestring Press) 10 February 2019

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