Linda Larson’s deeply felt poems evoke a specific time and place -- Mississippi in the 1960s — along with more universal truths about family and relationships, the brutality and tenderness we visit upon one another, and the tools with which we must equip ourselves in order to survive.
— Joseph P. Kahn, Boston Globe
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