I was really delighted, and very surprised, to find Keel and Drift in the NZ Herald best books of 2016. I was surprised, because I’d deliberately made it a broader-appeal collection of poetry, rather than a literary collection – a bit risky, I thought, when I thought about reviewers (which I don’t usually think about much at all). So I was very pleased that one reviewer thought well enough of it to include it in the best books of 2016.
And equally pleased that a tiny new press, with one book to its name, was noticed. A great endorsement of small presses!