Dimensions:8.5in x 5.5 x 0.38 in | 200 gr
Page Count:124 pages
In Steve Luxton's poems, lyric and narrative, the weather, its beauty and duress, its interplay with light and land, appears everywhere Luxton's facility for expressing our native sky, land and air is evident whatever the central concern of the poem: Time, Love, Loss, or Death. The Dying Meteorologist is Literary but genial, full of memorable language, with an inviting "across—to—the—reader style.
Steve Luxton is a founding editor of The Moosehead Review is a widely published poet. He lives in Hatley, Quebec.
"The honest, confessional speaker and the bittersweet address are refreshing, as much as the elegiac can be." --THE MONTREAL REVIEW OF BOOKS, SPRING 2020
"The Dying Meteorologist is filled with depth, sensitivity, evocative imagery and a conversational tone that only a genuine poet-teller can muster. Luxtons finest book to date...."--ENDRE FARKAS, AUTHOR OF QUOTIDIAN FEVER: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS (1974-2007)