‘A concise homage’ – London Grip reviews Silents

“Crowther uses syllabics to mirror the limitations of expressions without speech and the need for telling a story with few words – the intertitles – which must be sized and shaped by the ease with which they would be read from a screen … the poems make the most of their restrictive forms and provide a concise homage to silent movies.”

Emma Lee reviewing Silents by Claire Crowther in London Grip, 30 June 2015. See the full review here.