By Deborah Brown,Tony Hoagland
Walking the Dog's Shadow rose to the pinnacle of approximately 8 hundred submissions to win the 9th annual A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize. Tony Hoagland, who served as ultimate pass judgement on for the competition, writes, "Deborah Brown's poems ring a bell in me a bit of the nice Polish poet, Wistawa Szymborska. They either make considering glance effortless. . . . Brown's poems are not with reference to a eureka second; they flavor of the complete trip. Walking the Dog's Shadow is a gorgeous booklet, clever and certain of itself, clean with wit and gravity, critical and true."
Deborah Brown teaches literature and writing on the college of recent Hampshire-Manchester.
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Walking the Dog's Shadow (A. Poulin, Jr. New Poets of America) by Deborah Brown,Tony Hoagland