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Review: Circus-Apprentice, by Katherine Gallagher

...poetry of small spaces and objects, tiny hollows of memory that momentarily glow, incandescent, in the imagination. There is also much common sense...a gently guiding, factual mind at work, delighted and honoured by familial love, the repetitions of a world of seasons, the observed proporions of suburban life. Just beneath the mundanes surfaces of the world, the poet illuminates the tiny beauties to be found there.