A large part of Susan Laughter Meyers's new book consists of generous, honest letters that, in facing loss and pain, dearly want the natural world—the lilies of South Carolina, the red hills of New Mexico—to be enough. . . . More than once, Meyers articulates what we as artists and thoughtful human beings too often need to be reminded of—the joy of finding what we weren't looking for.”
—Lola Haskins, author of The Grace to Leave
Susan Laughter Meyers is the author of the poetry collection My Dear, Dear Stagger Grass, recently published as the inaugural winner of the Cider Press Review Editors Prize. It was also a finalist for the National Poetry Series, the Prairie Schooner Book...