3/17/15

Another New Review of MUTANT NEURON CODEX SWARM

"Though not a collection for the faint of heart, there is much beauty to be found in these painful poems. The gorgeously grotesque imagery and musicality of lines like “Twisted doll head inside blood drenched meringue.” and “The dead skin moss slumped then slithered; spread our limbs apart/ then bred them into new chrysalis.” is undeniable."
from a new review written by Kathy Burkett of MUTANT NEURON CODEX SWARM, a collaborative poetry chapbook by Juliet Cook and Robert Cole (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2015)



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