|Colecția||Contemporary Literature Press|
|Conținut||poezie (ediție bilingvă engleză-română)|
|Număr de pagini||48|
Penelope Shuttle described Anne Stewart’s first collection as “fearless, muscular, flexible, staunch”, quoting the Finnish Proverb ‘Better a bitter truth than a sweet lie’. In Dilys Wood’s review of her second collection, she refers to Stewart as an exceptional poet who has “forged a recognisable voice … instantly ‘there’ in tone, style, content and experimentation with approach and form.” In this new collection, she applies the same unflinching approach, but with a decidedly political bent, extending her range of enquiry beyond the personal to the ‘world-web’ (I don’t want to write ‘war’).