Author: seascent

Poetry Book Review 4 – Vision, and other Things We Hide From

Welcome to our  4th poetry book review. Vision, and Other Things We Hide From is by Samantha Terrell and is expected to be released by Potter’s Grove Press on the 9th March 2021. Click here to see full book description. Vision, and other Things We Hide from was a very enjoyable read. This poetry collection deals […]

Poetry Book Review 3 – Borrowings of the Shan Van Vocht

“Our only study is the wet. Only loss is the sun’s grope overhead.”Bog Body Murmurs. About the Book: Borrowings of the Shan Van Vocht by Catherine Moore was published April 2020 by Unsolicited Press. This collection of prose poems explores lost voices of the soil-mummified nameless, whose bodies are recovered from bog lands. The ‘borrowings’ […]

Sea Scented Poetry – Some Updates

Good day all, I hope you’re all staying safe during these times and that the cold winter is treating you well. I wanted to do a quick update post. I’m running weekly poetry prompts every Thursday on twitter and would like to thank those of you that took part in our first sea themed poetry […]

Poetry Book Review 2 – The Wasteland

Disclaimer – This post uses affiliate links “The yellow fog that rubs its back upon the window-panes, The yellow smoke that rubs its muzzle on the window-panes” The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock This week I’m reviewing T S Eliot’s The Wasteland and other poems published by Faber and Faber. I’ve been meaning to […]

Sea Scented Poetry

Sea Scented poetry is starting life out as a poetry review blog. I hope to have the first book review published by next weekend with an initial schedule of one review every two weeks. In time, I hope to develop this little space into an online resource to bring poets and readers together. Play around […]