Recently, Rory Waterman, writing for The Times Literary Supplement reviewed David Mason's newest Poetry collection, Sea Salt, Poems of a Decade: 2004-2014, and had great things to say about the book's brevity:
"Mason is a poet of admirable restraint, of multifaceted and sometimes riotous feelings made more poignant by being held firmly in check. His poems are often laconic, thought they keep up an intense interrogation of what it means to be human, and never try to slip life's punches. It is time David Mason found the British readership his work deserves, and this book is perhaps his most consistently moving and accomplished to date."
To read the rest of the review, click here.