Kittie Belltree’s words, ‘so deep, so dark and dislocating, in the first poem of this collection, are no exaggeration. Reading it in one sitting evokes so many emotions, as Belltree flits from her anxious and somewhat bitter relationship with her mother to modern politics and the ‘social and moral decay’ she believes we have experienced […]
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