Barbara Howes stands with Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop, and ultimately Emily Dickinson in a lineage of women writers passionately committed to the independence and singularity of the poetic imagination. -- Dana Gioia -- Finalist, 1995 National Book Award
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Barbara Howes' collection fills in a missing chapter in the history of American women's poetry by bringing a significant voice into print. A strong poet for over four and a half decades, Barbara Howes stands in line with Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop, and Josephine Miles, and that ultimately goes back to Emily Dickinson -- a group of women writers absolutely committed to the independence and singularity of the poetic imagination. Howes has perfected a personal style that has little to do with the fashionable currents of her time. Drawing from seven previous books, this collection will confirm Howes' reputation as a timeless poet whose fine voice and surprising insights will continue to delight all lovers of language. -- Midwest Book Review
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