Anne Elvey’s ‘Kin’ reviewed by Michael Farrell

‘The poems of Anne Elvey’s Kin, dedicated to her father, elaborate on the title, productively making it stand for blood and other kinds of relation. There’s a level of intimate observation to these empathic poems that marks Elvey as a contemporary of poets such as John Anderson.’

The full review, published in The Australian, can be found here.

Kin can be purchased here.

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