52 Books: You Do Not Need Another Self-help Book by Sarah Salway

I love Sarah Salway’s fiction so when she asked if anyone was interested in reading her first poetry collection I jumped at the chance.

I don’t read a lot of poetry and I certainly don’t claim to know much about it, but I loved this collection.

Some of the poems are surreal (a few reminded me of Nik Perring’s short story collection, Not So Perfect), others are laugh out loud funny and quite a few made me well up.

My favourites are Love and Stationery, The Interruption, and Through Carved Wooden Binoculars, all of which, oddly enough, you can read here.

I really should read more poetry…

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