David Hickey’s second collection builds upon the myriad strengths of his first. In a specimen book of songs, stories, and covenants, Hickey’s subjects range from art and astronomy to snowflakes and suburbia. These poems “take their time / Covering the roadside trees in forms of their careful willing . . . gesturing down to earth, unveiling new shapes / for all that they find.”
“He’s the quietest kind of brilliant around.”—Northern Poetry Review
“subtle, smooth, and genuine”—The Malahat Review
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