Two new collections of poetry, both exploring intersections between the human and the non-human. Two very different voices and approaches to form. Two exquisitely produced books whose aesthetic qualities are intrinsic to the experience of reading them. As objects, Holly Corfield Carr’s Indifferent Cresses and Autumn Richardson’s Autumn Richardson are beautiful. As poetry collections, they […]
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