Huge thanks to Lorne Johnson who reviewed Bone Ink at his site The Ultraviolet Range!
He had this to say about the collection:
“Rico Craig’s Bone Ink (Guillotine Press, 2017) is unpredictable, ambitious and layered. It is surprising to see this is Craig’s first volume, as the work is assured, mature. Bone Ink explores the corners of the known suburban world (e.g. Kellyville, Westmead and Quakers Hill in western Sydney) and hands us things we haven’t fully investigated or recognised yet. Craig plays a magician time and again, weaving and spinning the ordinary into the sublime.”
Have to admit, I’m always incredibly flattered when I hear people have searched out Bone Ink…and totally blown away when anyone takes the time to write a review.
You can jump over to The Ultraviolet Range to read the full review and plenty of other excellent interviews with Australian poets!
And, just in case you’ve been convinced, you can pick up a copy of Bone Ink here.