Rail (September 30,2019)
"Testing human connection across spans of time and space, Rail is a haunted collection, full of gratitude to friends and lovers, or - especially addressing her mother's stroke - tenderness. Pearson can get away with being arch, political, and in poems condemning those who abuse power and love wealth, her indictment is sharp as lemon in a paper cut … These contradictory poems are simultaneously
appalled by and in love with materiality and humanity, but conclude 'there's always beauty / despite our despair.'"
-Jen Hadfield, author of Nigh-No-Place and Almanacs
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