In Geraldine Connolly’s Newest Book, a Beautiful Melancholy Is Found

These poems, like birds, take flight under somber skies

Instantaneously mesmerizing, Aileron‘s cover alone alerts tempted readers that they will be transported to elsewhere, perhaps to some mysterious plane which will allow them to view this mortal coil through a different, more illuminating lens. Once inside, the readers are indeed sent whirling down a rabbit hole of verse. Be “…afraid to touch this book, this volume of stories…”; these are not simplistic poems, nor are they happy.

Read the full review at Berry’s Poetry Book Reviews!


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