A Frostbitten Memory of a Stillborn Spring by Lindy Kennedy

by Barbara Scott
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In her debut collection of poetry, A Frostbitten Memory of a Stillborn Spring, Lindy Kennedy shows an admirable talent for describing life’s vicissitudes with sensitivity.

Kennedy expresses in the introduction her intention to capture “eternal pairs” – highs and lows, beginnings and ends – reflected in the book’s three sections: People and Love, Things and Time, and Places and Ambition.…

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