Bill O'Connell explores the ancient and the new in these poems: the planet of rocks and soil and sea and the planet of the mind looking outward. What lives and dies are enfolded in time: O'Connell seeks to know nature's music and what humans add to our presence in the natural world. How love and trust sustain us. How our faults are part of that. Whether observing and knowing is enough.
Bill O'Connell lives in the Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts. His previous publications include Sakonnet Point (Plinth Books, 2011) and On The Map To Your Life (Dytiscid Press, 1992).Author City: AMHERST, MA USA