I admire and learn from Laura Grace Weldon’s writing. Her poems blossom from an inherent curiosity and grow strong under her compassionate treatment of the subject matter. Such fresh images and heartfelt insights move me to be a better writer.
—Susan F. Glassmeyer, author of Invisible Fish
When I take a few moments to read a Laura Grace Weldon poem, the sun comes out in my heart, and I know that the earth, for all its pain, is bathed in goodness.
—Alfred K. LaMotte, author of Savoring Eternity.
The miraculous, the heartbreaking, the beautiful are always right in front of us, disguised as the daily messiness of our lives. I finished Blackbird and took a long winter walk through the park, seeing the world with fresher, keener eyes, and a feeling of gratitude.
—George Bilgere, author of Blood Pages
Laura Grace Weldon invites us to engage our third eye, to truly examine “light in a window / laundry flapping defiantly on the line.” With words intimate and lush, she guides us to spaces we pass by, take for granted, overlook in our super-charged lives.
—Kari Gunter-Seymour, author of Serving