The new issue of the St. Austin Review features a review of two Wiseblood Books collections of poetry, Annabelle Moseley's A ship to Hold the World & The Marionette's Ascent and my own Some Permanent Things. Of the latter, Hannah De Rocher writes,
"Through the singulars, the whirl of circumstances, sights, and sounds that surround us, Wilson asserts that a 'fullness' exists -- that each part can only be understood as a part of a whole. He shows this beautifully in his work by weaving together the pieces of his own memories and observations to display to the reader the wisdom he has gleaned from them, and the awareness of God directing all . . . How truly rich is such a man, and the art flowing from him!"
Click the magazine cover to read the full review, and the book jacket to learn more about Some Permanent Things.
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