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Thinking Out Loud. "The Mother Workshops and Other Poems" by Jeri Kroll and "Shadows at the Gate" by Robyn Rowland [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2004-05)
Finally, it seems that honesty is what Kroll and Rowland are after. Of course, theorists could argue that, in poetry, honesty is the most deceitful pose. But insofar as these collections represent their views, it seems ...
A Frail Banner. "beautiful, unfinished" by M.T.C. Cronin [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2003-11)
Like M.T.C. Cronin's earlier collections, "beautiful, unfinished" is characterised by a mixture of mystical awe and formal restraint. The collection is subtitled ‘PARABLE/SONG/CANTO/POEM’. As this suggests, it consists of ...
Inwardness and Outwardness. “My Lover’s Back: 79 Love Poems” by M.T.C Cronin and “Bestiary” by Coral Hull. [review]
(Australian Book Review, 2002-10)
Cronin’s love poetry, and the love it describes, both define themselves by their distance from what we might loosely call the public world: the world of soaps, films, television and the crowd. Cronin’s poems are small, and ...