House Where a Woman
Lori Wilson



Wilson’s seemingly quiet lines will haunt you, hunt you down in the middle of the night, and change the way you feel about peace and quiet….[She] gives us women on motorcycles, women on country roads, women on the verge of flight as we are delivered straight to the reckoning: what days and nights brought us here and what prices have been paid? This is a book that is in love with sound and precision in an organic, necessary way—giving us more and more faces to whatever can be called truth, giving us an astonishing range of play, tenderness, and brave voices—arousing us to our own desire.

Jan Beatty