I’ve just seen the first review — at least, the first review I’ve seen — of my new collection of poems, The Sharp Edges of Water. It was written by Misty Urban over at Femmeliterate, and I’m just completely undone with gratitude and happiness about it. Here’s a tidbit:
The poems trace a journey of memories built over time, a demonstration of how the mythic unconscious of our childhood maps onto the fragile desires of our bursting bodies. The poems prick open the hard shell of indifference, or endurance, that thick rind the above-world forms on us with all the wounds and cuts and losses of the sharp edges we stumble through and away from.
Click on over and read the whole review, and then browse around Femmeliterate for some other really wonderful posts about literature. And if you’d like to acquire my collection of poems for yourself, you can do so here.