Poet by nature and street photographer by perspective, author Jennifer Payne turns to the curious thematic image of a flosser to make an arresting statement in her new book about our world and about how, in so many ways, we influence its being.
The thought of marrying a cast-off dental apparatus with such discordant thoughts as the randomness of salvation, or whether spiders sing or god flosses, struck me at first as odd, incongruous at best. But after reading the opening words of Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind, I was caught… Read complete review here
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Photo of Mallard Duck on tracks in Darien, CT reprinted from Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind by Jennifer Payne © 2017
Paperback: 180 Pages
Publisher: Three Chairs Publishing (October 1, 2017)
Evidence of Flossing: What We Leave Behind is available in print here.
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Mary, thank you so much for taking the time to review Evidence of Flossing and for sharing your thoughts with your readers. Indeed, the premise of the book is a tall order to fill…so I especially appreciate how you kept an open mind and let the poems tell the story. There is a delicate balance in the book for sure…and in our actions, right? Right and wrong, good and bad, sad and hopeful. Ever hopeful. xoxo