Where the Nights are Twice as Long, A Review
Vancouver Island poet Mary Ann Moore reviews Where the Nights are Twice as Long: Love Letters of Canadian Poets, an intriguing anthology edited by David Eso and Jeanette Lynes:
“As the letters, poems, emails and texts in this collection are grouped according to the age of the poets at the time of writing, poets and their eras collide. And what grand collisions they are. The book is rich in loss and endings, longevity and, no matter what the age, erotic and sometimes erratic explorations in the realm of love.”
– The Vancouver Sun
Honoured to be a contributor along with many outstanding Canadian poets, including, (and this is just a sampling!): Christine Lowther, Howard White, Ivan E. Coyote, Betsy Warland, Evelyn Lau, Susan Musgrave, Patrick Lane, George Bowering and Al Purdy.