Sharon Tracey

Sharon Tracey is a writer and editor and author of the poetry collection, What I Remember Most Is Everything (All Caps Publishing, 2017). Her poems have appeared in Egg Mom Review, Tule Review, Common Ground Review, Ekphrasis, Naugatuck River Review and elsewhere. She lives and writes in western Massachusetts.

CPR Volume 21-2

July, 2019 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Marjorie Saiser, So the Road Was Cut by Women Anna Girgenti, Memory of Highway 20 West Devon Miller-Duggan, My Mother Grasped My Hands in Hers Michael Hardin, Spiral Journey Jessica Rigney, An Aside Evalyn Lee, In Life Caroline … Continue reading CPR Volume 21-2

The Bones of Winter Birds by Ann Fisher-Wirth

Review by Sharon Tracey Like the hollow bones of birds full of space for air sacs, the poems in Ann Fisher-Wirth’s new collection, The Bones of Winter Birds, breathe in the tiny hollows of grief and loss. Where things are delicate and hidden. And where we find the birds we find the bones—poems for parents, … Continue reading The Bones of Winter Birds by Ann Fisher-Wirth