Synopses & Reviews
Sid Miller, editor of the Burnside Review, explores seven routes from the coast to the mountains, from inner-city Portland to the Idaho border. Dot-to-Dot, Oregon, a collection of fifty poems, travels through the cities, towns, and monuments of Oregon. Using these locales as a background, three voices narrate the author's loving but critical relationship with the state he calls home.
About the Author
Sid Miller has fairly well covered the West, born in Hawaii, raised in California, educated in Arizona and settled in Portland. His poems have appeared widely. He is the founder and editor of the Burnside Review, has two chapbooks in print, and two full-length collections: Nixon on the Piano and Dot-to-Dot, Oregon