I consider myself a "wordcatcher" because I believe what Mary Oliver says so well: "... poems are not words, after all, but fires for the cold, ropes let down to the lost, something as necessary as bread in the pockets of the hungry."
"Beth's poems connect keenly observed sensuality with deeply felt spirituality, connect what is wild and ancient with what is human and present." Karen Chamberlain, author of Desert of the Heart

"Within the quiet and calm of this voice is an invitation for one to listen, to share the flame, fireweed, ashers, smoke, sorrow - the beautiful moths of a poet's vision." Sandra Alcosser, author of Except by Nature

"Visually and sensory - delightful." Jean Millichamp-Miliken, Editor of The Lyric

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