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John Sibley Williams
Scale Model of a Country at Dawn
Williams illuminates a world that while filled with tragedy and ruin is likewise blooming with life and celebration.... Although in the course of this collection we may come to realize that there are 'far fewer gods' than we thought before, Williams's poems are a gift that offer us something to believe in again and again." Susan Rich assures us: "To conjure is a recurring theme in this impressive collection--as if language holds the power to reconfigure a past, a mother, a child. And perhaps it can. Williams's words are that convincing."
Cider Press Review
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