The Smooth Yarrow by Susan Glickman Published on Friday November 16, 2012 The Smooth Yarrow, Signal Editions, 64 pages, $18 1 of 2 By Barbara Carey Poetry Columnist “The universe is a cabinet of mysteries we tiptoe by, wondering,” Susan Glickman writes in one of the poems in The Smooth Yarrow. That capacity for wonder is a… Continue reading Review of The Smooth Yarrow in The Toronto Star
Aaron Hart has long been recognized as pre-Confederation Canada’s first Jewish immigrant. A commisary officer with the British troops at the time of Jeffrey Amherst’s 1760 capture of Montreal, Hart settles in Trois- Rivières, where he played a prominent role developing the town into a leading trade centre. To avoid intermarriage he returned to England… Continue reading First Review of The Tale-Teller: from The National Post, Oct 19, 2012
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The Midwest Book Review June 2012 “Bernadette to the Rescue” is the fourth adventure book of a popular series about a third grade eccentric, lovable girl detective with eco-learnings. Bernadette and her friends Annie, Keisha, and Megan decide to attend day camp together after finishing third grade, and although Bernadette fears she will miss her… Continue reading latest review of Bernadette to the Rescue
In the May Quill and Quire, Stevie Howell wrote: The Smooth Yarrow by Susan Glickman Susan Glickman’s newest collection opens with a Celtic incantation about aspiring to embody the virtues of nature. The yarrow sticks alluded to in the title are used in conjunction with the I Ching as tools of divination. In accordance… Continue reading First Review of The Smooth Yarrow!