Luci Shaw’s latest book of poetry, Harvesting Fog, marks her 30th book of poems. Shaw’s words are both simple and lyrical, drawing us into trees, campfires, beetles, and psalms. This collection speaks to Shaw’s wonder at the mystery of creation, honesty about struggle, and joy over a redeemed world: “No words are bright enough,” she writes, “to catch those fingerprints of radiance that flicker on my wall.” For poetry lovers and beginning poetry readers, Harvesting Fog is a must-read. (Pinyon)
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