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Poet Molly Fisk writes weekly essays for community radio stations in California, Colorado, Illinois and Wisconsin. She’s the author of the poetry collections, The More Difficult Beauty, Listening to Winter, and Salt Water Poems, and the audio recordings of commentary, Blow-Drying a Chicken and Using Your Turn Signal Promotes World Peace. Fisk has been awarded grants by the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. She’s the owner of Poetry Boot Camp (poetrybootcamp.com) and can be reached at mollyfisk.com.
Rarely does a book grab me and cause me to laugh out loud, ponder and anticipate all at the same time. I started this book with the intent of reading a chapter a day. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Heidi
Molly Fisk's whimsy and wisdom shines in this readable, enjoyable collection of essays. It's a delight to follow the poet through her mountain habitat and relax into her world.Published 5 months ago by Rachel Dacus
My wife and I were given a copy of Fisk’s second book of essays, Using Your Turn Signal. My wife started reading it first and was raving about it immediately. Read morePublished 5 months ago by William R. Drake
A lovely, immensely satisfying read. So many parts of life are covered — friendship, illness, writing, gardening, swimming, and the overall precarious state of the world. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Molly Fisk's essays are a delight; little gems of wisdom appear on every page. More than a few giggles in there as well.Published 20 months ago by Judie Rae
This book will prompt you to all of the above. Molly's articulate and hilarious about the joys and challenges of daily life -- all walks thereof.Published 20 months ago by Jinny St. Goar
Ms. Fisk's little tome on how to Blow-Dry a Chicken had me smiling and then laughing out loud. Delve into this and be delighted.Published 20 months ago by Susanna Wilson