Synopses & Reviews
Rarely does an author say so much in so few words.
Over thirty years ago Carol Lynn Pearson's husband, Gerald, insisted they self-publish her first book of poetry when publisher after publisher told her "Poetry doesn't sell". Gerald's faith was well founded. Pearson's accessible, profound poems have moved millions -- in particular the countless women who have found in her their voice. Carol Lynn deals with universal themes in honest and compelling ways, and while her poetry is not esoteric, neither is it thin or light. Picture Window offers a compilation of Pearson's best-loved poems from four previously published volumes. In addition to the table of contents, where her poems are for the first time grouped categorically, Picture Window also offers alphabetical indexes by title, by first line, and by key words and topics.