The Dead Singing
by Michael Henson

In his fifth collection of poems, Michael Henson writes poems of bitterness and rage, of love and forgiveness. These are poems of place and of prophecy, street scenes and visions, protests and elegies. The poet’s vision roams across the American continent with a detailed eye for the natural world and a perceptive ear for the drama of human living.

© Mongrel Empire Press 2014