Black Lawrence Press
May 17, 2011

More Praise for David Rigsbee’s The Pilot House

The Spring 2011 issue of Wild Goose Poetry Review includes a wonderful write-up of David Rigsbee’s poetry collection The Pilot House: “[T]hese are poems that readily admit the seriousness of life, and that look unflinchingly into the faces of fear, uncertainty, loss and hope all the while refusing the easy sedative of oversimplified explanations like faith, chance, or biology. These are poems that insist we examine the whole human experience, the good, the bad, the illimitably ineffable, and the hopeless and hopeful ways in which we react to it and try to create meaning from it.”

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