Greg Bem: Drift review
Reviewed in RainTaxi, Summer 2015
Clara Sankey: Drift Review
This sense of directionlessness – the Vikings called it hafvilla: not knowing where one is on the sea – is the singular thread that ties the book together. Review featuring scans of some of the drawings in great new mag The Improbable.
Tim Freeborn: Shake that Microtone: Caroline Bergvall’s Drift
Essay just up as a special feature in Rusty Toque, Nov’14 issue
David Kaufmann: Drift book review in Asymptote
“Caroline Bergvall’s latest book, Drift, is haunted by the loss of the thorn, the yogh, and Anglo-Saxon generally”.
Alice Saville: Drift at the Forge, London, Exeunt magazine
“Poet Caroline Bergvall’s Drift is a multi-millenniumal mashup of sea stories”.
Cherry Smyth: DRIFT review in Art Monthly – PDF –
“Drift marks a significant ethical engagement for poetry in these isles”. Cherry Smyth reviews the performance and the book for Art Monthly, Oct 14
Sophie Mayer: Drift at the Southbank Centre: All at Sea
26 Aug 2014
“Watching this in performance, the testimony is almost overwhelming”. Sophie Mayer reviews DRIFT live at the Purcell Room and the book. For The F-Word.
Sarah Dawson: Drift at the Southbank Centre: I went to see
19 July 2014
I went to see Drift by Caroline Bergvall last Thursday. review of DRIFT live at the Purcell Room.
Steve Mentz: Caroline Bergvall’s Drift
2 June 2014
Gorgeous, intricate, impassioned writing. A review of the book and a reader’s report w/ other links
Publishers Weekly: Book review: Drift* – PDF –
14 May 2014
A book as filled with ghosts as with beauty, as driven by intellect as by wanderlust -PDF-