Patternicity Reviews

July 15, 2010 at 12:38 am Leave a comment

Of late, Patternicity has been receiving a little bit of love. You can find a review by Mark Callanan (whose own Sea Legend was recently shortlisted for the bp Nichol Chapbook Award) in the current issue of Quill & Quire. I’ll be sure to post a link when it shows up online.

Also, the Midwest Book Review was kind enough to post a small review/recommendation writing “…Jim Johnstone brings readers a fresh experience with Patternicity. Seeking to explore language and how it often fails to truly get the message across, Patternicity is a read that shouldn’t be missed by any poetry lover.” Check out the post here.

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