by Jan Seale

In this volume, Seale contemplates small things. Think peppercorns, straight pins, freckles. Think fingernails, commas, stamps. These objects have their own raison d'etre. Here are the small sublime, the Lilliputian laughable, the diminutive dear. Relish their existence. Their essence and standing may be important beyond our or their knowing. 

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About the Author

Jan Seale

Jan Seale, the 2012 Texas Poet Laureate, is the author of eleven books of poetry, as well as books of nonfiction and fiction. Her poetry awards include those from the New York Poetry Forum, the Poetry Society of Texas, and Women Writing the West. She is the mother of three sons and four grandsons and lives in McAllen on the Texas-Mexico border.