Praise and Poems
There is seriousness and mysteriousness as she yearns to read “languages / I have no dictionary for.” Then there is her elusive and evocative side: “I call upon the most high and the most / high comes into being.”
John Robert Colombo
Sometimes the images are skimmed from the everyday; hats, motes of dust, grains of salt or sand, sometimes they rise the arcane, esoteric and disturbing. But either way the images in this poetry are neither random, nor explained but seem to be pressing themselves towards something interior in us.
The poems have a sense of transcendence and of Fall, of the Fall within the language of flight.
John Stezaker, from the Foreword
The single voiced utterance, not unlike Ella Fitzgerald at her finest, deft and effortless.
Andrew Rawlinson from the Introduction