"The White Room Poems are a mother's poems to the son she has lost to "the softly drug". How is it possible that they can be so beautiful and strong when they are so lost in this young man's cloud of unbeing? These poems never flinch, but that makes them even more fragile. These poems never stop singing in speech but that does not lift them from their stern night. These poems press on into the reader's heart, into anyone who has loved, into any parent who recognizes what this kind of loss might, just might, sound like if it was made into poetry." – Kevin Brophy (University of Melbourne)
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