A woman discovers her rich relationships in this exquisite exploration into themes of time and connections, love and loss. . . . Moose Tracks on the Road to Heaven tells the story of protagonist Elena Elizabeth Wright Maguire, who reexamines her life and relationships after she is involved in a minor car accident. M. Reed McCall [...]
Month: May 2015
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FREE advanced copy of Richard Rensberry’s The Wolf Pack Moon: Poems (Quick Turtle Books, 2015) in exchange for an honest review! The lion’s share of the poems contained in this book was written under the influence of the wolf pack moon during the months of January and February of 2015. This is the name of the winter moon as given [...]
Bri Bruce … naturally!
BRI BRUCE … NATURALLY!
I’m writing the draft for this post while sitting in an old Corfiot olive grove close by to where I live. It is a glorious place which always fills me with joy and wonder.
I have with me a beautiful collection of poems I’m currently reading called The Weight of Snow by the award-winning poet Bri Bruce. I have to say that the quality and depth of her work has left me spellbound.
Bri Bruce’s home is in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. She has lived in and around this area for most of her life and her work indeed reflects this amazing natural backdrop.
My regular readers will no doubt be well aware that my remit in these posts is to talk about the writing rituals & routines of the individuals I feature. I tend to shy away from discussing any…
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