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Ng sense of fascination and a luminous awe Elsewhere we enjoy al fresco sex astronomy via many pints in the Cat and Fiddle and the deliverance of an Indian monsoon after weeks of thirst and drought In 'Christmas in Andalucia' two lovers Skype each other achingly across hundreds of miles 'I am full of loss and longing' the poet says 'the heart is hewn from elm and oak and mi A short sharp collection of poems about death sex and nature Loved the collections grit and earthy edge This may be because I m getting back into poetry but it seemed the collection needed structure I would have had all the Talking Dead series for several are interspersed throughout together and given it of a thematic slant This could be because I m a heathen Ha Overall a very enjoyable and refreshingly direct collection of poems Picnic is wonderful that and National Razor might have been my favourites

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Like Neil Rollinson's earlier books Talking Dead is a refreshment of the senses lifting the lid on the human condition in a heartfelt celebration of the act of being whether in moments of love or mortality sex or feasting     In the central seuence of the book a meditation on the space between life and death the dead speak of their final earthly moments with a liberati You have to love the in your face cover featuring a Phallus impudicus mushroom The occasional monologues from the dead are not as interesting as they should be though a final poem from the perspective of a guillotine victim The National Razor though not part of the title seuence that appeared as its own pamphlet is the best The first six or so poems are very strong but the uality tails off a bit as the book goes on I enjoyed The Coffee Variations it opens with Ristretto black as a starless night demitasse of dark matter but my favorite lines of all were from The Storm Sparrows suabbled in the greengage a collared dove cooed in Encounters with Rauschenberg uality tails off a bit as the book goes on I enjoyed The Coffee Variations it opens with Ristretto black as a starless night demitasse of dark matter but my favorite lines of all were from The Storm Sparrows suabbled in the greengage a collared dove cooed in

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Stletoe'     As provocative sensual and subversive as ever these poems seek and find the numinous in the everyday some element of ritual or wonder that transforms experience Although the spectre of darkness is never far away it is the spirit of pleasure that endures and we discover to our delight as DH Lawrence did that the Dionysian finally prevails over the Apollonia This is such a good collection It felt like it lost a bit of the magic towards the end but that could just be because I read it to avoid uni work so still worth a read great example of contemporary poetry Electing Judges uni work so still worth a read great example of contemporary poetry


6 thoughts on “Talking Dead

  1. says:

    You have to love the in your face cover featuring a Phallus impudicus mushroom The occasional monologues from the dead are not as inte

  2. says:

    A short sharp collection of poems about death sex and nature Loved the collections grit and earthy edge This may be because I'm getting back into poetry but it seemed the collection needed structure I would have had all the Talking Dead series for several are interspersed throughout together and given it of a thematic slan

  3. says:

    This is such a good collection It felt like it lost a bit of the magic towards the end but that could just be because I read it to avoid uni work so still worth a read great example of contemporary poetry

  4. says:

    Streetwise yet lyrical pieces on nature sex and deathThe phallic mushroom on the cover says it allalmost Rollinson's volume explores the connection between the mysteries of life and death primarily through luscious poems about fucking

  5. says:

    Sensuous earthy exilherating in the evocation of lovemaking and in experiencing everyday events; at other times disturbing particularly his evocation of the experience of dying by a variety of different means On

  6. says:

    Sexy dark and often funny