Thursday, June 20, 2019

Judson Hamilton reviews rob mclennan's Study of a fox (2018) at Queen Mob's Teahouse

Judson Hamilton was good enough to provide the first review of rob mclennan's Study of a fox (2018) as part of his "HEY THERE, CHAPPIE!" series over at Queen Mob's Teahouse. Thanks so much! As much appreciation as review, you can see the full review here, but it includes:
rob mclennan’s chapbook Study of a Fox is uncanny in that the poems seem to inhabit two places at once. They have depth but skim the surface and draw together both the multitude and the particular. Their meaning is to be read between the lines and felt rather than understood. Some common themes include: family, aging, the seasons.

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