The varied terrain of love, family, solitude, the natural world, the condition of loss, the spirit of place — all align themselves in poetry. As a letter from the front lines, where the latest changes are taking place, a poem is the frankest and most immediate communiqué that struggles to reenact the original feeling in all its complexity and singularity, lifting the personal into a transcendent music. As a spiritual discipline, poetry foregoes the familiar public domain in search of the unsayable, gesturing beyond words.
Publications and Prizes
What Love Tells Me (Wordtech Communications, 2016), Listening to Stones (Pudding House Publications, 1999)
Rough Places Plain: Poems of the Mountains (Salt Marsh Press, 2006), The Unitarian Universalist Poets (Pudding House Publications, 1996)
American Journal of Nursing, Ars Medica: A Journal of Medicine, the Arts, and Humanities, Chest, Comstock Review, Contact II, Dragonfly, Journal of the American Medical Association, Mothering, Noctiluca, Pudding Magazine, Sanctuary
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Listing last updated: August 24, 2016