About Botsford’s book, poet William Heyen says, “By way of meditative essays, prodigiously innocent & inclusive poems of his own, & imagined dialogues, this son of Walt has his say just as Walt tells us that he had his say, & thus in the end could loaf in an ease of praise and acceptance. If we’ll read this book as it was written, with Emerson’s ‘flower of the mind,’ it will enlarge our lives.
This collection of original poems, lyric essays, and dialogues transcends the borders of genre, time, imagination, and crosses over into the purely experiential. Alan Botsford,and Walt Whitman himself, dare you to stand on the brink of this beckoning art, sway back and forth, and to fall in.
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