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Review: The Jam Trap – Chrissy Williams

There are a few areas of writing that still defy categorisation. The Jam Trap fits happily in one of these. Chrissy Williams has captured instances of everyday life and instead of boiling them down to their component parts, as one might do to create other kinds of poetry, she has framed them and presented them as the delightful and unique moments they themselves are. Williams confidently creates each piece without the need to overtly show the workings of their construction. It feels effortless. Continue reading