08 January 2008

Review of Cold Comfort, Cold Concrete, by Scott Kendrick

The latest issue of the Poetry Society’s magazine, A Fine Line, contains a positive review of Seraph Press’s latest publication: Cold Comfort, Cold Concrete: Poems & Satires, by Scott Kendrick.

Bernard Gadd (who unfortunately passed away last month), says:

[…] Kendrick displays a deft competence with rhyme and rhythm. He’s a useful writer for the times, his satires and barbs often being aimed at the nonsense that’s in our minds courtesy of corporate-dominated media. Readers may find themselves even reeling back in horror or shock at some of the things to be found here. And that’s as it should be … there’s plenty in our world to be horrified about.

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