"We drove away through the falling snow. I heard the tires hiss-- the Serpent... or the vicious god Responsible for this."
River Falls Journal: Sutter is "A blunt, dazzling wordsmith"
[caption id="attachment_1894" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Now available at the BOA Bookstore!"][/caption] Dave Wood, former vice-president of the National Book Critics Circle and a columnist for River Falls Journal, is calling Barton Sutter's The Reindeer Camps "a breath of fresh air in the poetry world." Citing Sutter's playful mastery of more traditional style, Wood chose Sutter's latest work as a representation of excellent poetry on a national scale. The first Poet Laureate of Duluth, Sutter has crafted what is in Wood's eyes, "a cornucopia of razzle-dazzle old fashioned word-smithery." Read the full review on the River Falls Journal website, and be sure to visit the BOA Bookstore to explore Sutter's dazzling "word-smithery" for yourself! From "A Mighty Fortress" -The Reindeer Camps
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