Heart Breaks/ Beauty Rescues: Review of Paula Bohince's The Children --- Emily Pulfer-Terino | Numéro Cinq
Each poem in The Children is alternately spare and dense, delicate and obsessive as filigree or tatted lace. “The heart / breaks its crochet,” she writes in “Snowy River Visions,” alluding to the intricate psychological fabric—handiwork or “white threads / like bandages”—painstakingly made and painfully undone in the course of each poem. — Emily Pulfer-Terino