Jonathan Ball, The Winnipeg Free Press, May 25, 2013
POETRY: Bold meditation on murder mixes banal, bizarre
Kathryn Mockler begins The Saddest Place on Earth (DC, 70 pages,
$18) with some sage advice: "It is not a good idea to be in the same
room as / someone who is just about to murder you."
Thus begins a meditation on murder that oscillates between thoughts banal and bizarre. Mockler tends towards the sardonic. Read More
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