The Brucciano Poems
poems by Thomas Rain Crowe

The Brucciano Poems, what the author says belongs to the genre of travel poem, is the record of a summer spent in a small village high in the Italian Alps—'far from home, yet home,' as Crowe refers to it. These, then, are poems taken from the sheaf of his daily exercise at a window desk looking out over the Alpi Apuane in an attempt at painting a poetic picture of these halcyon days abroad as a stranger in a new land."

Reviews forthcoming.