In these poems, Connie Fox explores the ancient theology/philosophy of the Great Goddess world-view where the Earth itself is literally the Earth Mother & everything is dominated by a sense of female sexuality/fertility.
Fox identifies with the history, anthropology, and philosophy of female sexuality and portrays it with courage, sensitivity and intelligence. This poetry is a kind of Jungian-Freudian Id-history of Connie's life & relationships from childhood to adulthood.
"If Walt Whitman had been a woman, all of nature would have been reconfigured to a different time zone and place. That is what Connie Fox's poetry make me believe. And it's Whitman who this free verse of gorgeous and engaging poetry reminds me of most. I love this book." - Lo Galluccio in The Cambridge Alewife
"...the writing is a hypnotic confessional flow filled with wise, true psychobabble and real-life folks ...Connie Fox is like an old wise woman rattling and knitting, only she uses guts instead of yarn." - Ken Sutherland in Mockreviewsz
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