Book Report: Porcine prose, inventive money making in this week's spotlight
My father wasn't much for poetry. He was more of a Zane Grey man.
But he truly enjoyed Chaucer's "Miller's Tale," when I typed out a copy for him, when he wrote and wondered how I was wasting my time in graduate school.
And I know he'd like a new book just out, "Low Down and Coming On" (Red Dragonfly Press, $20 cloth), edited by Minneapolis poet and journalist James Lenfestey.