C. R. Resetarits
An Interview with the Author—The Worcester Review

from Concho River Review 

. . . the new poetry collection from C. R. Resetarits, is at once migratory and home bound, ranging from lyric to narrative, from nests to meditations, from obsessive spin to obfuscating flight, from Celtic tribes to Native American clans, and from having to losing. Brood begins with a ruminating family wandering under the blooming trees of downtown Los Angeles and ends with an equally inclined herd of dairy cows dividing a farm into zones of acquiescence and adventure. In between, her poems record the struggle and grace of a brooding need to acknowledge a life of minor migratory diversions in a much larger quest for looking west to home.

© Mongrel Empire Press 2014