“Step out of your daily grind and into Shauna’s imaginarium – where humdrum is injected with colour, feelings and emotions with clarity, and empathy is just how and where you need it to be,” writes Liz Brownlee in her review of Saturdays at the Imaginarium for PoetryRoundabout.com. “You know those somethings you catch out of the … More “A fantastic work in every conceivable way”: Poetry Roundabout reviews the Imaginarium
Huge thanks to reviewer Ferelith Hordon at the brilliant children’s book magazine Books for Keeps for their lovely ‘five stars’ review of Saturdays at the Imaginarium! Here’s a few extracts – “Welcome to Shauna Darling Robertson’s Imaginarium where she will introduce you to ideas, questions, possibilities that should not be… In other words she … More “There are gems to be discovered”: Books for Keeps reviews Saturdays at the Imaginarium
My long-time friend and poetry collaborator Josephine Corcoran, editor of the brilliant adult poetry webzine And Other Poems recently interviewed me for her blog – you can find the interview over at josephinecorcoran.org. Thanks heaps to Josephine. Here’s a bit more about her brilliant writing. Josephine Corcoran lives in Trowbridge. She has published two poetry collections, What Are … More Interview with Josephine Corcoran of ‘And Other Poems’
It’s a really lovely feeling when a reader or reviewer spots something in your writing, something you realise you felt in your heart all along but didn’t consciously know was there until they pointed it out! Big thanks, then, to Roger Stevens and the folks at Poetry Zone for their recent review of Saturdays at … More Poetry Zone review of Saturdays at the Imaginarium
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