news | Monday February 24, 2014
rob mclennan for Arc Poetry Magazine has recently reviewed Singed Wings (2013) by Lola Lemire Tostevin, which he praises and savours:
For those who admire her poetry, you’ll find that Singed Wings maintains her structures of the sequence-fragment; the book’s composed of six extended meditations on art and life that wrap around and through fragments that accumulate into something very much in the compositional unit of the book-length poem. … I, for one, am very pleased about Tostevin’s return to poetry. Just how soon is too soon to ask for more?
The full review is available to read on the Arc website.