“Greenlaw manages both to show the unimportance of human feeling in this setting and to make its intensity present.
Her studies of colour, light, water, ice and distance are fascinating…”
Sean O’Brien, Sunday Times

“ … the bleakness in her memories and seascapes comes across less as an eccentric extreme than as the way the world really moves, or rather the way it does not move, blue and static in its shining ice.”
Stephen Burt, TLS

“ … the sensuous of her thought and her ability to move between the abstract and the precisely observed remain as potent as ever.”
William Wotton, The Guardian

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