” . . . Inspired by the likes of Joe Fafard’s Field Horse, the prehistoric Great Serpent Mound in Ohio, and the Peruvian Nazca line drawings, (Zetlin) transformed a field with mostly native grasses, into a landscape of language.”
“An indelible work of poetry. . . a poet, in tune with the nature that surrounds her, making literature from a farm field. . . . Liz Zetlin’s poems are a reading gift, a donation to stretching our creative minds. They can be read, over and over, each reading bringing new meaning, new recognitions.”
” . . . wise and wonderful commentaries on how we understand ourselves, how we think and how we treat others.”
– Andrew Armitage, Owen Sound Sun Times.