Rose Hunter’s ‘glass’ reviewed by Mags Webster

‘At the centre of these poems is a roaming exile – the source of a rich and chaotic geography. Twenty-one poems in three sections – ‘mexico city’, ‘jalisco’ and ‘brisbane’ – piece together a map of encounters, places, relationships, and selves, which are themselves refracted through various manifestations of glass: windows, marbles, mirrors, vodka bottles and, perhaps most significantly, the sliding doors of memory and chance.’

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

glass can be purchased here.