Dinosaur Point was the overall winner of the 1999 Book & Pamphlet Competition.
It rewards and withstands a lot of rereading. What I especially like is the rather apprehensive feeling that absolutely anything can happen…that means great freedom – and a lot of provisional mental or imaginative systems, a big kit of metaphysical templates. His poems are genuine flying machines – bits and pieces from half the world in the rigging – but they take off, and have that sort of beauty which works in the world and is meant to. —Ted Hughes (of Half Moon Bay, Carcanet, 1993)