"Somehow these effortless poems manage to be deeply connected to the solid physical world of friends and children, husband and neighbors, but also touch upon an airy, unfettered interiority, so that they're both straightforward and complicated at once, both earthly and awash in a world of light."
- Mark Doty

"This is a wondrous, spiritually tender book."
- Denise Duhamel


"A wonderfully lyrical and naturalistic depiction of northern New Jersey during the 1940s, In Paterson portrays a sympathetic cast of relative innocents adrift in a time of war and psychological disruption . . . a deep-feeling and well-crafted book."
- Alan Cheuse, book commenter, National Public Radio; author of Lost and Old Rivers: Stories

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"Graceful tales that make ordinary life extraordinary . . . made of sentences so nearly perfect that they take your breath away."
- David Mehegan, The Boston Sunday Globe

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"The private lives of the writers who laid the foundations of American literature, and the homes in which they lived, are lovingly compiled."
- The Boston Globe

". . . fascinating and enlightening, filled with details that tellingly illuminate both the writer's life and the time and place in which he or she lived."
- Monadnock Ledger

more about A Guide to Writers' Homes in New England

Poetry Collections

". . . pulsing, paradoxical, haunting . . . unpredictable verse."
The Graves of Delawanna
To Know We Are Living
Friends Dreaming

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