Alan Kellermann’s first collection is a funny little mix, featuring poems about love, lust, astronomy, displacement, nostalgia, road accidents, apocalypse and God. There is a section called the Martini Poems, and two large sections are dedicated to the painters, Goble and Chagall. Some poems are American in flavour, and some are decidedly Welsh (Kellermann is […]
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