"Gordon moves from the pure white milk to the mud and grime. Dirt lines the cracks and spine of this collection in such a delectable way. "
"Gordon repeats the word “sweet” a word often used to describe little girls, but it is disturbing in a sense here. Other words like “hot” and “spittle” really deliver the tone home to an all-new way of thinking about this particular time period as well as punching us in our modern-age guts, conjuring up countless stories we’ve all heard about the street harassment of women (and even young girls)."
Just a few lines from a wonderfully detailed new review of the Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, "Fiddle Is Flood" by Lauren Gordon.
Thank you very much to Jennifer MacBain-Stephens for writing this wonderful review.
Read the entire review on the Infoxicated Corner today! -http://www.thethepoetry.com/2015/08/infoxicated-corner-jennifer-macbain-stephens-reviews-lauren-gordons-fiddle-is-flood/
After partaking of this new review, you might want to partake of the entire chapbook, by purchasing a copy for yourself, from the Blood Pudding Press shop here - https://www.etsy.com/listing/227601065/new-fiddle-is-flood-by-lauren-gordon?ref=shop_home_active_2