A deft way with metaphor and allusion that belies the heft of meaning beneath the illuminating imagery. Cremin touches on the terrors of being young, madness, bereavement squeezing into one poem the crispness and subtlety that others achieve in an entire collection.
Sara-Mae Tuscon, The London Magazine/Trespass
In this engaging collection Cremin rekindles memories of teenage parties and erotic longing coupled with the harsh realities that follow. The language used is refreshingly direct and uncluttered. This is poetry that stares you in the eye. Brilliant.
Les Robinson, Tall Lighthouse
In Miming Silence Cremin provides another tour de force! An incredible mix of dark and light social comment and intimate contemplation.
Brian Lister, Biscuit Publishing
Cremin delves deep into the hinterlands of working class tumult painting pictures which for the reader are akin to finding silver down the back of the sofa!
Jan Goodey, Freelance Journalist