Gerard Smyth: The Mirror Tent Review

Smyth’s sixth collection is one with its gaze focused backwards. Many of the poems are a means of preserving memories in print. While this could mean too heavy a dollop of nostalgia, Smyth avoids the saccharine through the vivacity of his images. In the first of the four sections, memories jump into the reader’s consciousnessContinue reading “Gerard Smyth: The Mirror Tent Review”

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'She would say to discover / the true depth of a well, / drop a stone, / start counting.' - Andrew Greig