One Hidden Stuff
Using long-lined, imaginative leaps to connect the everyday with the miraculous, the intimate with the visionary, Barbara Ras's poems surge across the page like waves crashing on a beach. She crafts the forty-one new poems in this collection with a zany and spacious cunning that reaches from family to community, from what's cherished to what's lost, from culture to nature.
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One hidden stuffUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Ras shows her mastery of the sound of language in this second book, after the Walt Whitman Award-winningBite Every Sorrow . Reading these poems, one thinks of the image from Yeats: "O body swayed to ... Read full review
Review: One Hidden StuffUser Review - Robert Vaughan - Goodreads
A stunning collection, from the road-tripping "Clouds," to the pared down "Song," Ras's poems all sing in the best ways possible. Her arc, the movement, the ultra-personal tone. This book is a poetic dance, to be celebrated! Read full review