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Posted March 14, 2007
This latest On the Road salvo is a quest to make sense of speed, short attention spans, and the pastiche of bad taste and sheer stupidity and terror that some mistakenly think is the soul of America. Much closer to that complex, diverse and elusive soul is the passion and insight that compels Andrews through her journey of self-discovery and naming. Traveling the same physical and psychic highways as Williams and Pound before her, this new poet makes a compelling and impressive Statement of Arrival in this debut. This is a poet to listen to, to watch. --Robert McDowell, The Poetry Mentor, is author of a book on poetry in spiritual practice, which is due out later this year.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.