October 25, 2017
Ghost Logic showcases Sara Clancy’s distinctive poetry. These are poems that reflect an unerring vision in an unmistakable voice. As in Prayer Wheel: “an estuary where logic meets optimism” … “in sheer, cussed determination.” or in At Home with the Dead: “…our old debate that yesterday is not gone and matters.” Clancy’s language is both complex and accessible: a feast for mind and ear.
– Joan Colby, The Seven Heavenly Virtues
… this chapbook allows entry into a way of seeing and experiencing the world we are a part of in a way that few of us ever have a chance at, but once we have been touched by the mind that wrote these poems we will never be able to see the world the same way again.
– Jared Smith, from the Introduction