Crowd Sensations, Judy Brown’s second full-length poetry collection, is far quieter and more probing than perhaps its title implies. Though the reader is thoroughly enmeshed in sensory details here, these poems have a calm at their centre – a place in which to stand and drink in one’s sometimes hectic surroundings. Brown achieves this by […]
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