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Robyn Mathison / To Be Eaten By Mice

  • Robyn Mathison / To Be Eaten By Mice
‘Robyn Mathison casts a curious and compassionate eye over the natural world and all its inhabitants. Her sense of wonder gives equal measure to cats, hens, historical figures and family members. The poems engage with provocative questions: Where will memory be when my body leaves? (‘Quiet House’’) and arresting imagery: Limbless, he dreams/ music of the spheres echoes/ inside his fragile shell (‘The Would-be Percussionist’).’ - Jane Williams
‘These poems are educated and skilfully executed, but at the same time reverent and thoughtful, which makes for a very enjoyable collection.’ - Studio
‘...some of the finest poems I have read.’ - Poetry Matters
‘The poet’s voice is sure, never forced and always engaging.’ - Tasmanian Sagacity
‘…there is a sharp but lingering and pleasant effect. The reader hasn't had time wasted.’ Studio
978 1 74027 558 3, 88pp




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