Bob Mee’s first collection was described in Raw Edge
magazine as "... a wry conversational style that reminded me of Billy Collins. But as with Collins, the apparent simplicity can be deceptive." In The Maker of Glass Eyes
Mee confirms himself as a raconteur, both on and off the page. An experienced performer, Mee’s work is "unpretentious, unaffected, pared to the bone - Skipping with ease between minimalist free verse and driving-on beat, he provides many sympathetic chuckles" (The Journal
From dark stories to irony, Mee is accomplished at telling tales with assured lyricism.
"... powerful elegiac pieces, varied in tone and emotion, ... achieving an originality of voice."New Hope International ReviewBob Mee
lives in Warwickshire and writes non-fiction books about boxing. He has been editor of the poetry journal iota for several years and also edits poetry for Ragged Raven Press.