“These fresh, fire-bright poems are barbed blooms petalled with wise cautions and unexpected joy.” —Kevin Connolly
“Flaunting a painterly attention to the seductive textures of menace—here are portraits, still lifes, fables and allegorical tableaux that enrapture the ear with the textures of language itself.” —Suzanne Buffam
“Richardson writes for the ear, eye and mouth—you’ll want to read these lush poems out loud.” —Matthea Harvey
About the Author
Robin Richardson is both a writer/poet and illustrator. She is 25 years-old and has published her work in various literary and arts journals such as: The Toronto Quarterly, Contemporary Verse 2, The Puritan, Misunderstandings Magazine, Filling Station, The Pilot Project and in the forthcoming issue of the Berkeley Poetry Review.She is also an active member of the Toronto literary scene, headlining in many poetry-reading series throughout the year.