In April 2013 David Morley reviewed Dear World and Everyone In It: New Poetry in the UK, the new Bloodaxe anthology edited by Nathan Hamilton. It concludes: “Dear World does well by these cumulative, unfolding, cloud-formations of sound and language. It is friendly to poetry’s inherent difficulties and demands. Which, to my mind, makes it the bravest anthology of poetry of the past few years.”

The review appears in full on the Guardian website, first published on 12 April 2013. Dear World includes four of my recent poems about the inside of the house.