"An intelligent, generous spirit roams these poems, embracing the world in all its grief, intransigence, and glory." -- Barbara Ras, author of Bite Every Sorrow
"Restraint and skill merge with genuine anguish to create poems that are sure to hold and move us." -- Conrad Hilberry
About the Author
Gail Martin, a Michigan native, grew up in Flint. Her work has appeared in numerous literary magazines, including Rattle, Primavera, Poetry Northwest and Folio. Martin was selected by Alice Fulton as the 1999 Winner of the National Poet Hunt sponsored by The MacGuffin.