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Jane Ellen Glasser
Winner of the 2005 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry.
Through nature, Jane Ellen Glasser is put in touch with her inner world in the stillness of a meditation that delights and awakens. Yet she does not shun life’s difficulties. At the heart of this book are poems mourning her daughter Jessica, who died in a car accident at the age of twenty-two. Glasser courageously addresses loss and doubt as she leads us on an enlightening journey, wide enough to encompass gratitude and joy, blessed by images and language full of grace for eye and ear.