Snow on Fire


Snow on Fire offers poetry with the world of animals, forest, and water as its touchstone. It was written midst the struggle to protect a pristine watershed from destruction from mining. This book takes what the author experiences in her gentle and wild small-town Wisconsin life and makes it feel intimately relatable. Fans puts it this way:
— “I am so grateful there are people like her in the world, who truly see things in the natural and human world and then are actually PRESENT to them ..."
— “Wow, this is simply stunning. There is not one false or wrong-sounding note or word in any of this."
— “This is a book to read silently, to read aloud. This is a book to own.”