"The sonnet has evolved in the last hundred years into a more and more
versatile poetic vehicle in the ingenious hands of such poets as Brian
Daldorph. His new full-length collection of sonnets, From the Inside
Out, might serve as a lexicon for the form, providing every variation of
rhythm and rhyme scheme. Each sonnet presents a small verse drama
narrated through or by protagonists, mostly ordinary men and women,
telling, examining, trying to understand the story of their lives."
--From Phil Miller, editor of The Same