“These poems are wildly creative.  Whether dealing with every day, quantum physics, or fantasy, they seem to spring from the imagination of a young boy, the knowledge of a scientist, and the craft of the poet.   Lucifer makes a couple of appearances along with quarks, donuts, and aliens who look like Walt Whitman.  The voice can be sarcastic, funny or tender–sometimes all at once.  With great titles such as “Still Life, with Man in Bunny Costume,” these little stories in frames (sonnets, prose poems, microfiction, free verse and more) add up to a fascinating bigger picture.”  Karen Paul Holmes

Book Author

Steven Owen Shields