Fossil Sunshine reviewed in TLS

Andrew McCulloch has reviewed Michael McKimm’s Fossil Sunshine in the Times Literary Supplement, writing:

‘Michael McKimm’s Fossil Sunshine (Worple Press) was written to help present the scientific evidence for climate change.  Appropriately enough, McKimm follows Tennyson – a keen champion of science – in imagining, in “Riptide”, a modern-day Kraken rising from the seabed, with terrifying consequences: “what’s incubated in the depths now free / swollen, then breathing… / and quickening in water”. Tennyson’s leviathan can sleep until Judgement Day: if we are as close to the carbon trigger as scientists believe, that could be sooner than we think. Read these poems!’

You can read other reviews of Fossil Sunshine from London Grip and Under the Radar magazines.

Buy Fossil Sunshine here.