New Tracks, Night Falling by by Jeanne Murray Walker

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For Jeanne Murray Walker, poetry is puzzling but necessary. In good poems, she says, “you can hear a human voice talking to you.” New Tracks, Night Falling is full of Walker’s voice, picking a path that leads the reader to mystery. Walker traces her responses to 9/11, readings from Genesis, and near-collisions on the highway in order to confront her confusion with the world. She searches out tracks that lead her, and us, to “places that are holy.” (Eerdmans)

About the Author

Allison Backous teaches at Kuyper College in Grand Rapids, Mich., and is a member of Neland Avenue Christian Reformed Church.
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