Flatline Horizon
by Don Stinson

There’s such gorgeous scope in these poems. People and place, history and heroics, sorrow and love and the poet’s compassionate sensibility. I emerged from them feeling as if I know the poet, myself, his place, my place, all the more richly. Dip in anywhere, you’ll be rewarded with his power in language, rhythm, insight. Read Don Stinson’s Flatline Horizon front to back, as I did, and you’ll come away illuminated, wounded, and glad.

Rilla Askew Author of Kind of Kin
Most American: Notes from a Wounded Place

© Mongrel Empire Press 2014