NH Poetry: Train to Providence

Patricia Frisella recommends Train to Providence by William Doreski, with photographs by Rodger Kingston (published by bd-studios.com, 11/1/19, available from Barnes & Noble)
I am a fan of Doreski whose poems are highly descriptive, and almost always at least nod to the fact that we live in a natural world, no matter what craziness is going on around us. I am also a fan of collaborations and ekphrastic art. The poems are written in response to the photographs.
Patricia Frisella lives in Farmington, NH. Most recently her poems have appeared in Lunation, Liberation Poetry Anthology, and Out of the Depths. She is currently working on a florilegium/ theatrum botanicum/flora, tentatively titled, The Flower Keepers.

This post is part of our celebration of National Poetry Month 2021 for which I asked New Hampshire poets 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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