Jo Langdon’s ‘Glass Life’ reviewed by William Farnsworth


‘Langdon’s poems are sweet, tender, angry, exciting, reflective, sad, and ecstatic, all varying on differing ideas, phrases and situations. Its key themes of fragility and strength are what keep these poems consistently powerful, reflecting through experiences and thoughts that are like the vagueness of lost memories yet recovered through the looking glass of poetry and its own fragile power.’

The full review, published in Mascara Literary Journal, can be found here.

Glass Life can be purchased here.