Farthings by Daniel Lusk
— Craig Volk, Poet, Scriptwriter Northern Exposure et al
“Daniel Lusk’s splendid, jewel-like poems shine with singular economy and refined wit.”
— Lee Upton, Author of Bottle the Bottles the Bottles the Bottles
“In Daniel Lusk’s Farthings, you’ll find witticisms, puns, mini-satires, jokes, delightful re-definitions. But behind all of it is Daniel’s unmitigated love of the natural world.”
— John Surowiecki, Author of The Place of the Solitaires: Poems from Titles by Wallace Stevens
About the Author:
Daniel Lusk is author of several previous poetry collections and other books. A former commentator on books for NPR, his work is widely published in literary journals and his genre-bending essay, “Bomb,” (New Letters) was awarded a Pushcart Prize. Native of the prairie Midwest, he lives in Vermont with his wife, Irish poet Angela Patten.