Traversing hidden landscapes of memory and the American West, Other Americas, by noted Minnesota poet Richard Robbins, explores back roads and intersections of private history and public life--set against a vast terrain of rugged beauty and mystery. In evocative, haunting language, Robbins summons a cast of visionaries and ghosts seeking promises of the country's past while scanning uncharted, uncertain horizons ahead.
From beaches and streets of Southern California across empty desert pans to lost mountain lakes high in the Rockies, Other Americas features a series of poems by a wonderful writer, illuminating shadowlands across an expanse of time and space.
Robbins, R. (2010). Other Americas. Blueroad Press.