Rack Press ever impresses – Poetry Review
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I have come to hope that a Rack Press pamphlet may be a tiny gift-box of unusually good poems – Alison Brackenbury, PN Review
Rack Press has the courage to be brief and elegant – The Rialto

Sunday, 11 November 2007

Poetry London Praises Vaughan

The latest issue of Poetry London has a nice review by Kate Bingham of Dai Vaughan's Rack Press pamphlet, Inconsequences which opens with the marvellous sentence:
"There is something magical about a poet's bottom drawer."
Actually, we are too refined at Rack Press to use words like "bottom" but we would tentatively argue that Dai's work is top drawer. Kate writes interestingly and enthusiastically about the collection and concludes: "Dai Vaughan is better known for his fiction, but the strength of this pamphlet suggests he should look again at anything he might have in that bottom drawer."

Look out also for the 2008 series of Rack Press pamphlets which are currently in preparation!