Steve Brock’s ‘Double Glaze’ reviewed by Melinda Graefe

Double Glaze

‘Steve Brock’s second volume of poems, Double Glaze, provides a window onto the city and suburban life that he shares with other Adelaideans—commuters, restaurateurs, a World War Two veteran, a smooth-talking ‘guy’, a sailor, fellow poets, his wife and daughter, ‘Pumpkin’ the guinea pig—that he crosses paths with in the course of his own daily journeys.’

The full review, published in Transnational Literature, can be found here.

Double Glaze can be purchased here.