Martin somehow manages what I’m tempted to call a closely attentive automatic writing. Her textures are subtle and rich but still loose. I missed the thrill that came with the formal awareness of Sonnets, but maybe there’s something different going on here that will become apparent in a larger group of poems.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Mark Truscott reviews Camille Martin's If Leaf, Then Arpeggio (above/ground press) over at Goodreads,
Toronto poet Mark Truscott was good enough to post this brief review of Camille Martin's If Leaf, Then Arpeggio (above/ground press, 2011) over at Goodreads: