OPOI review of Emma Simon’s The Odds

The other day I wrote an OPOI – ‘one point of interest’ – review for Sphinx, mostly focusing on the theme of ‘contemporary obsolescence’ in a stand-out poem in Emma Simon’s brilliant, prize-winning Smith|Doorstop pamphlet, The Odds. The review was published yesterday. You can read more about what an OPOI consists of here.

2 thoughts on “OPOI review of Emma Simon’s The Odds”

  1. Just wanted to say that I’m catching up on my reading and when I got the headline in this review I had to stand up and applaud. Also, what an excellent review; it’s made me want to buy the book.

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