Winner of the Anita Claire Scharf Award
University of Tampa Press
Winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets Award
Described by Richard Hugo in the forward as a book about ancestors, the book explores the emotions of loss, separation, and isolation.
Poems give voice to the yearnings of a young husband, his wife, and the beachcombers and travelers along the Virginia and Florida coasts.
Narrative and lyrical poems about Alabama’s coal and steel-producing regions.
Short stories linked by themes of pirates, storms, and coastal living.