Lynne Sachs reads EDEN by Robert Frede Kenter

A REVIEW by Lynne Sachs While Eden may at first appear as an image book, to be devoured with the eyes with the freedom of a journey without plan, engaging with the book in this way will cause you to miss its immersive, linear construction of meaning.  The pages of images with occasional text are not numbered per READ MORE


INSIDE THE WOLF Within voluminous iconography of fairytale and lore, Niamh Boyce deftly unpicks the seams of traditional mores of motherhood and its assumptions about nurturing and custodianship. Fairytales, monsters and myths tell tall starched, sombre tales which, for most of us over a certain age threshold, encapsulated the psychological playing fields of childhood, for READ MORE

REVIEW – EDEN by Robert Free Kenter

EDEN by ROBERT FREDE KENTER Is it possible to create a small work imbued with torrential, unabated intelligence and intellect?  Youโ€™d be forgiven for thinking this question would necessarily have to do with some academic trope of philosophical abstraction, or a kind of intellectual exercise to bore through the mind into a dulled brain freeze, in READ MORE