NH Poetry: Light from an Eclipse

Dudley Laufman recommends Light from an Eclipse by Nancy Lagomarsino. (White Pine Press: Marie Alexander Poetry Series.)   
Dudley Laufman lives in Canterbury, N.H. and is the author of She Plumb Ned, She More'n Plumb (Beech River Books) and Left Eye (Finishing Line Press). He and Jacqueline Laufman are hosting the Wind In The Timothy Poetry Festival at Elkins Library, Canterbury, on Friday, April 20 with Marie Harris, W.E. Butts, Julia Shipley and Kate Caley. 
"These are prose poems dealing with the author's father's alzheimer.  They are comforting and show some of the (not always pleasant) places the victim gets carried to." --Dudley Laufman.  

This post is part of our celebration of National Poetry Month 2012 for which I asked New Hampshire poets and booksellers to recommend books of poetry by Granite State poets. These titles are generally available from local booksellers and may be held in public libraries as well. 

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