THE POET BY DAY

Daily Archives: January 12, 2017

Reuben Woolley’s poetry is minimalist, sinuous on the page – or sometimes scattered like landmines waiting to explode. I find his work addictive and his latest book Skins (Hesterglock Pess, 2016) is going to be a gift to myself next month. Proceeds from sales go to CalAid. Reuben’s poems, while exquisitely trimmed of all excess, are still rich with imagery and emotion. Stylistically, I’m reminded of e.e.cummings. Yes! I like the way he writes. More importantly, I’m… Read More