Elizabeth Savage, in Jacket 2, writing about Cynthia Hogue’s In June the Labyrinth (Red Hen Press, 2017):


“…each one of us may be considered a labyrinth walking a labyrinth, a winding and unwinding of losses and recoveries merging as “the timeless stream” of human understanding, not transcendent of time but continually altered by it.”



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