Any poet who follows or has been influenced by Anna Grin over the years would appreciate her self-published book "Anaerobic Inhale." And if you haven't discovered Grin yet, then I think this book is the perfect introduction to one of the most unique poets on Deep Underground.
Grin has been very calculated in the way she's put the book together [trying not to scare off unsuspecting readers not familiar with her unique style], things start off refined... no, maybe restrained is a better word, and slightly unsettling, kinda like the strange girl next door. But before you know it, Grin's caught you with a grappling hook, dragging you across the hardstand to an abandoned factory, as the claws sink deeper, you will fall deeply infatuated with the jagged lines and sinister undertones of the poetry that is Grin.
There's no unnecessary filler, just the best of Grin in a concise collection of poems that I've read from start to finish several times. Highly recommended. https://www.bookdepository.com/Anaerobic-Inhale-G-R-I-N/9781291850802?ref=grid-view