Deryn Rees-Jones’ anthology What It’s Like to Be Alive is a carefully curated museum of poetry. It is a unique opportunity to witness the growth of a writer’s voice, to stroll through her creative history, pausing at one’s leisure to closely examine a shift in tone, a quirk of vocabulary, an oft-returned-to image or theme. […]
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