Shortlisted for the 2017 Forward Prize (UK) for Best Artist Collection
A genuinely fresh collection, on the big themes of love and faith, with the page-turning quality of a cracking novel. - Andrew Marr, famed BBC journalist and writer
These poems of love, faith and doubt are passionate and matter-of-fact at the same time, combining the sensuous details of everyday life with glimpses of the sacred and the eternal. It’s a combination that hasn’t been heard enough in British poetry, and never in this distinctive, musical voice.- Matthew Francis
God is making a comeback in contemporary poetry, and Psalmody should have an important place in that conversation. Apichella revels in religion’s more visionary, rhetorical contributions to poetic language. It’s vivid, breathless work. - Jeremy Wikeley, The Poetry School
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