Robert Gibson’s moody poems are nicely attuned to his moody subject, the fishing village of Westport on the Washington coast, threatened by gentrification and loss of its traditional way of life.
Jim Kacian Archival Library
Holly House Publications
Illustrations by Marlyn Venegas
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THF Book of the Week 25aug2014