Saturday, December 13, 2008
SCOTTISH POETRY LIBRARY ADDS ANOTHER KIWI POET
Gerrie Fellows introduces Bernadette Hall
The poems of Bernadette Hall are seductive. Their images are luminous, there is an intense visual clarity with underlying meanings that can't quite be deciphered, all held in a hypnotically musical structure. Her poetry has been described as 'like a bird listening/to sounds underground,//probing with little jabs for the worm.'
Read the full piece here.