It contains several poems that were first published here at Literary Mama. Some of those poems include:
Ona Gritz writes her life in a sequence of beautifully observed and crafted moments, with superb control, not a line out of line. Disabled yet unsparing of herself, she claims her kin. But her emotional depth, her honesty, and the clarity of her voice will reach every reader–she’s akin to us all. This is a fine collection. –Hettie Jones
Stay tuned to Literary Mama Reviews for an upcoming review of Geode.