Harry Clifton's highly appreciative review of Spitting Out the Mother Tongue appeared in last Saturday's edition of The Irish Times.
A couple of extracts:
"The world it inhabits has gone past the point of the national, and begun to relax into its own ubiquity as a fact of life, without the usual anguish of expatriation."
"... he and his poems, so universally at home in themselves, are a straw in the wind, a forerunner, in Irish poetry and Irish poetry publishing, of what has happened in Britain with Grace Nichols, Benjamin Zephaniah, Jackie Kay."
Read the full review here.