1 May 2011
Break all the rules but not all at once. Remember you are just visiting. Try not to get too attached. When you're ready, come home. I've left a light burning in the ruins. In her latest volume, Jane Williams, winner of the Anne Elder Award and the D.J. O'Hearn Memorial Fellowship, continues to test the boundaries of what poetry can be rather than what many people assume it is. This is a collection with urban grit. It will speak to you in themes as intimate as next door, or as abstract as the next galaxy. You won't be able to put it down.