It Feels Like Disbelief by Paul Hetherington

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July–August 2007, no. 293

It Feels Like Disbelief by Paul Hetherington

Salt Publishing, $24.95 pb, 108 pp

It Feels Like Disbelief by Paul Hetherington

by
July–August 2007, no. 293

This is Paul Hetherington’s eighth book of poetry, his first full collection since his selected poems, Stepping Away (2001) and his verse novel, Blood and Old Belief (2003). The publication of a selected poems can sometimes have what the poet Richard Howard refers to as a ‘tombstone effect’, bringing creative work to a pause or halt, but Hetherington’s new book is very much a carrying forward, or a further refinement, of his work.

Paul Kane reviews 'It Feels Like Disbelief' by Paul Hetherington

It Feels Like Disbelief

by Paul Hetherington

Salt Publishing, $24.95 pb, 108 pp

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