The Red Line

The Red Line would be worth reading for this honesty, an intensity and clarity of vision that can be the same as joy. . . . This is a greatly impressive collection, which recounts pain without pretending it can go away, without claiming there's nothing else.
American Book Review
Winner, 1991 AWP Award Series in Poetry

Winner of the 1991 Associated Writing Programs' Award Series in Poetry

80 Pages, 6 x 9 in.

November, 1992

isbn : 9780822954828

about the author

Betsy Sholl

Betsy Sholl grew up in Brick Town, New Jersey. She earned degrees from Bucknell University, the University of Rochester, and Vermont College. Her previous books are Changing Faces, Appalachian Winter, and Rooms Overhead. She was the 1991 winner of the Maine Arts Commission chapbook competition, and a recipient of an Individual Artists Fellowship from the Maine Arts Commission. She lives with her family in Portland, Maine and teaches at the University of South Maine.

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