Author: Zeiger, Gene
Publisher: White Pine Press
Condition: Used: Very Good
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"Zeiger's poems are fully human: awake, full of wonder and passion, aching with knowledge about the world and still in love with it."--Mark Doty
"Gene Zeiger's new collection is rich with religious speculation and yearning, yet always feels humanistic . . . is steadily marked by 'darkness, ' 'grief, ' and 'death, ' yet projects resilient hope . . . is past-obsessed and past-haunted, yet moves (like its titular radio waves) forward and outward."--Stephen Corey
Gene Zeiger lives in Shelburne, Massachusetts, where she has lead writing and poetry workshops for the last 18 years. Her collections of poetry include Sudden Dancing and Leaving Egypt. She has published a memoir, How I Found Her: A Mother's Dying and A Daughter's Life.