For the Love of It
A young woman carries her cello on the metro; a man keeps a daily appointment to talk with his dead wife; the landscapes of Wales, the north of England and the Isles of Scilly. For The Love of It is grounded in the rich fullness of life, while each poem delicately encourages a way of seeing that presents the everyday as anything but mundane.
Constantine’s peculiar vision is an uneasy blend of the exquisite and the everyday. The beatific, the ordinary, the rebarbative even, are almost indistinguishable…
– Elizabeth Lowry, Times Literary Supplement
In stock (can be backordered)