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Subtitled "Fifty Years of West Virginia Poetry 1950-1999", Wild Sweet Notes represents the work of more than 110 living and 20 deceased West Virginia poets. With insights into Japanese flower gardening and hog butchering, into mother-daughter relations and horse trading, in verse that is wistful or bright or drenched in rural beauty, this anthology surprises and delights. This varied collection of remarkably high poetic quality will enchant readers throughout the English-speaking world.
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Barbara Smith is a poet, editor, and writer active in many community projects in Barbour County, West Virginia. She is a retired Dean of Humanities at Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, West Virginia.
Kirk Judd is a poet, workshop leader, and co-founder of Allegheny Echoes, a festival of music and the performing arts. He is a Quality Engineer-Advanced with Special Metals Corporation in Huntington, West Virginia.Review:
"An astounding book of poetry...(with) lyrical quality, wit, and wisdom." -- Language Alive! WV English Language Arts Council Fall 2000
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