Review: At Poor Rude Lines a review of A.F. Harrold’s The Point of Inconvenience

John Field, has posted a review of A.F. Harrold’s new poetry collection, The Point of Inconvenience on his blog, Poor Rude Lines. He makes comparison to the poetry of Larking and writes:

The Point of Inconvenience, A. F. Harrold’s collection of epistolic poems, is addressed to his late mother…Harrold unsettles us to great effect…in the collection and never lets go of his insight that death and dying are as much about the renegotiation of relationships as they are about physical processes…his poetry is bare yet, at the same time, symbolically rich.

To read the review in its entirety please go to the March 24th post
(http://johnfield.org/2013/03/24/strange-boat-ashley-harrolds-the-point-of-inconvenience/)