-Dr. Cecilia Castro Lee, author
Anderson's second book of poetry, Potholes in Memory Lane, is well worth the wait. But forget the potholes. This is a richly rewarding ride along a smoothly paved poetic passage. Here are fresh, luxuriant offerings in a variety of styles.
-Mr. Chuck Wanager, author
Potholes in Memory Lane is beautifully honest. The poems are thoughtful, grounded in everyday experiences and realistic. Full of artistry and wisdom, the "Dolly" poems are my favorites.
-Dr. Eleanor Wolfe Hoomes, author
Richard Anderson's poetry embodies a range of forms, subjects and emotions. The variety of emotions and thoughts, from the hilarious to the thoughtful to the profoundly moving will keep the reader turning pages, following the ebb and flow of the poems.
-Dr. Robert C. Covel, author
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About the Author
Richard is a retired research scientist. He and Dolly, his wife of over 60 years, are Wisconsin natives who have lived in Georgia since 1983. His poetry is personal, reflecting his Midwestern heritage, his interest in nature and science, his marriage and family relationships and his age.