In this stellar collection, Philip Terman manages to combine the melancholy and the sensuous, to grieve and to celebrate, and to augment his old-world faith with gentle paganism.
–Leslie Ullman, Poetry
Terman is a fine cantor of the natural world…. These are wise worthwhile poems.
–Peter Makuck, The Laurel Review
Personal experience acquires the monumentality of mythology…. Here is a resolution that shifts between history and modernity, between old and new conceptions of Judaism, binding the generations.
–Jehanne Dubrow, Prairie Schooner