Mary Jane Dickerson’s collection, Tapping the Center of Things — poems that move from intimacy to statement to intense emotional truth — from close relationships to the land and seasons in the south, to the small town of Jericho, Vermont, and the hardiness of New Englanders whose lives were also shaped by their natural world.
“These poems are stories, well told with clarity
and detail.” — David Budbill.
“I had to pause to let myself enjoy all of
the echoes…” — T. Alan Broughton.
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