The highlight of her wonderful debut is a sequence of irregular sonnets about spineless sea-creatures. [...] [Gallymore's] style shifts between, on the one hand, dense consonance and runs of metaphor that veer close to Martianism and, on the other, a disarming simplicity, seen to best effect in “The Ash” [...] These small, hard, shining poems are as perfectly self-contained as the molluscs they describe. Significant Other may seem a slight book at first, but – like a rock pool – look closely and you’ll find a whole world.
Dopeworld: Adventures in Drug Lands
"To its credit, Dopeworld is nothing if not ambitious. Vorobyov states as much himself, describing it bombastically as ‘true crime, gonzo, social, historical memoir meets fucked up travel book’. That is a lot to cram in. If sometimes he drops the ball (the..."
— The Spectator