Honey & Hemlock

This is a poet who sees the world in very physical terms and is enraptured by colour Watts is a poet after D H Lawrence s own heart, finding contemporary actions and events aligned with archetypal forces and our beings as genetically determined The title comes from one of many powerful poems about her mother and father suffering in old age Dennis Haskell
Honey Hemlock This is a poet who sees the world in very physical terms and is enraptured by colour Watts is a poet after D H Lawrence s own heart finding contemporary actions and events aligned with archetypal for

  • Title: Honey & Hemlock
  • Author: Julie Watts
  • ISBN: 9780980680
  • Page: 429
  • Format: None
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    1. REVIEW: Honey & Hemlock by Julie Watts (Sunline Press, 2013)I’m commencing this review with a quote from Gertude Stein who said, it is so very much more exciting and satisfactory for everybody if one can have contemporaries, if all one’s contemporaries could be one’s contemporaries. As a member of the same OOTA writing group and also a friend, I come to this review as Julie Watts' contemporary. Therefore, as a poet and reviewer it is much more exciting and satisfactory for me to highly [...]

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