In winter the gardenlike the back of our mind a faint young sun. By dawn the househas forgotten much of it. ___ Last night I caught youreading strands from the plughole pointing to the shrunken strangercrackling in the tumble-dry. I thought of my grandmother pointingproudly over her daughter’s should ... (read more)
Bonny Cassidy is a poet, critic and essayist living in Melbourne. Her first poetry collection, Certain Fathoms (2012) was shortlisted for the WA Premier's Book Awards. Her new book, Final Theory, is available through Giramondo in early 2014.