"Florence Wetzel's book, with a forward by poet Herschel Silverman, is in sections that vary in length and substance, from haiku to 'bad romance' to 'all sorts of life' to a brilliant section titled 'Music and Jazz Portraits.' Flo provides us with insights into every facet of the human soul."
--Steve Dalachinsky, The Brooklyn Rail"The utter genuineness of her writing allows her to be hosting a beat poet queen in one scene and be dressed like Clifford the Big Red Dog in the next without raising questions of congruity." --Kurt Gottschalk, author of Little Apples and Sentences
About the Author
Florence Wetzel was born in 1962 in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up in Westfield, New Jersey, and attended Barnard College in New York City, where she studied with writer B. J. Chute. She is the author of several novels, as well as a book of poems and memoir tales. Ms. Wetzel is also a jazz journalist: she is also the coauthor of clarinetist Perry Robinson's autobiography, and she writes CD and book reviews for AllAboutJazz.com and SquidsEar.com. Ms. Wetzel lives in Denver, Colorado.