Stuart Cooke’s ‘Opera’ reviewed by Rachel Mead

‘In the poems of Opera, Stuart Cooke attempts to take the writing of place into new territory, and in doing so, accomplishes something remarkable. This collection is both substantial and complex, enhancing our understanding of what a poetics of landscape can encompass and the capacity of language to articulate it.’

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

Opera can be purchased here.