I personally love it when poems arrange themselves into a covert story-line. Deborah Anne Lewis' book, “Trouble's Archaeology,” is an engrossing narrative, a poet's observations of the scatter of images that cover her quest for completion and fulfillment, plotted with birds, heirlooms, dogs, family expectations, grading compositions, and imperfect men. As they often say of novels, this book is a good read.Diane Wakoski
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