Free Will and the Clouds by Rob Wilson
Unaligned with any of Australian poetry's factions, yet well aware of his audience, Rob Wilson enjoys writing his risk-taking, for-the-hell-of-it poetry.
In an era of often overly-informative maximalism, Rob Wilson is succinct and measured − half-turned towards the world while auguring some newly burgeoning creation. Within the cathedral of Modernism, these poems are constructed like little chapels, cool and tenebrously illuminated. − John Hawke
Rob Wilson's (great) titles, like little bold brains, direct poems of surprising image and syntactical direction, as if to say hey, think like this: it's (tough) fun. A cloud in tight black jeans. − Michael Farrell