Synopses & Reviews
Winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry
"I so admire the tension between the macro and micro worlds in Dawn Lonsinger's Whelm. Whitmanesque inventories collide with intimate interiorities. Lonsinger turns a tough eye and a tender heart toward the experience of living fully in the rush of NOW and the flickering echoes of history. These are lushly rendered poems to savor and/or to devour." -Nance Van Winckel, author of Pacific Walker
Dawn Lonsinger is a managing editor for Western Humanities Review. She is the author of two chapbooks, The Linoleum Crop and The Nested Object, and is the recipient of three Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prizes, the Beullah Rose Poetry Prize, and a Fulbright Fellowship.