Betty S. Flowers
Kurt Heinzelman, The Halfway Tree
I have waited a long time for Blue Lioness, and it has been worth the wait. Betty Sue Flowers not only creates poetry that is innovative and intriguing in its form but, more important, she brings us an offering of rare grace and beauty. With an exquisitely clear voice, a sublime ear, and a deep sense of how truth is found in, around, and underneath words, she illuminates and celebrates the everyday wonders of life that the rest of us so often fail to see and understand. What a gift, what a blessing.
James A. Autry, Love and Profit and The Servant Leader
The many voices of these poems reflect a range of sympathy rare in a single human being. Though written by one of America's finest editors, they appear and sound like spontaneous cries -- sometimes piercing, sometimes prophetic, sometimes no more than a murmur of regret. Sometimes the low sound of a Norn, sometimes the prayer of a mystic, they sing of both saga and pilgrimage.
Philip Bobbit, The Shield of Achilles
ISBN: 1-891386-30-1, 64 pgs, $14.95
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