Taking inspiration from the transient
states of water, and the parallels of human sentiment, the debut collection
from Emily Rose Galvin explores the changing states of emotion, relationships, mental
health and cultural pressures. From the
vapour-like intangibility of first love to the waves of depression, the dew
aims to examine that finite degree between happiness and desolation;
emptiness and making ourselves whole.
At times both vulnerable and shocking,
Emily’s writing strikes a nerve between the subtle and uncomfortable, while
coaxing out the honest core of readers and forcing them to engage with the
darker parts of modern life that we tend to gloss over.