First published by Tall Lighthouse:
In this striking debut sequence Kim Lasky presents a series of fragile contemplations on the theme of holding on and letting go. She has created a hypnotic movement of multiple scenarios, each concerned with falling. Her poetry is vivid, complex and painterly but always accessible.
‘What is so very striking about Kim Lasky’s poetry is the way it integrates so many perspectives and so many different kinds of language. What it Means to Fall eloquently demonstrates that poetry has the power to tackle the complexity of the postmodern world. This is contemporary poetry with a fine cutting edge.’ Peter Abbs
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