Synopses & Reviews
In Thomas Lynch tenders poems on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographies. "[Thomas Lynch's] poems . . . are as stark and graceful as geese lifting off backwater. The poems trace from the rural midwest to London and County Clare, a quiet elegy of loss and testament. But then Lynch is by trade a mortician, and by craft a bard."--Amazon.com "[Lynch] evinces a steady wisdom drawn from years of passionate attention to daily experience."--
In Still Life in Milford Thomas Lynch tenders poems on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographies.
A collection of poems by the highly acclaimed author of , a National Book Award finalist.
About the Author
Thomas Lynch's stories, poems, and essays have appeared in Granta, The Atlantic, Harper’s, the Times (of London, New York, Ireland, and Los Angeles), and elsewhere. The Undertaking was a finalist for the National Book Award; he is also the author of Still Life in Milford, Booking Passage, Apparition & Late Fictions and Walking Papers. Lynch lives in Milford, Michigan, and West Clare, Ireland.