Tag Archives: Heather Minette
He’s half-awake and half-asking again, the question I can’t answer. The words getting stuck in a cortex, lost in some hemisphere. I don’t know what it was that drifted between us when our knees touched beneath the table that afternoon in midtown, or why it was his voice I wanted on the […]
My mother is walking in the garden, her bare feet are calloused and covered in dirt, her toenails painted red. The hem of her sundress is wet from the water pail and her skin is sticky with sweat, but her hair smells of the honeysuckles that grow wild on our chain-link fence and the gardenias […]
Absolutely thrilled to be nominated for the Pushcart Prize by The Blue Hour! 2013 Pushcart Nominees.
Praise for Writers Published by Blue Hour Press.
My book, Rooftops and Other Poems, is now available for order from Blue Hour Press: http://bluehourpressbookstore.bigcartel.com/product/rooftops-and-other-poems-by-heather-minette “Heather Minette writes poems of discovery through love and travel. In Rooftops and Other Poems, she imbues the faraway and familiar with the sparkle of imagination and a searching precision. This unique book enchants and strikes the reader with […]