This is a collection of poetry telling about the human condition in terms of nature.
The book is divided into four sections indicating movement from the headwater to the ocean.
Written in both free verse and standard poetic styles.
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Sidney Saylor Farr grew up in Southeastern Kentucky. Doing high school work by correspondence, she received a B.A. Degree from Berea College in 1980. The author of seven books, short fiction, poems, and articles, Farr retired in 1999 from the Archives and Special Collections Department of Hutchins Library at Berea College.Review:
Headwaters is [Farr's] latest collection of "reflections and wisdoms" . . . [She] is a sort of Geiger counter for Appalachian issues." -- Allison Thorpe in Iowa Women, 1995.
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Book Description Pocahontas Press, Blacksburg, VA, 1995. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. Blacksburg, VA: Pocahontas Press, 1995. Softcover. Original price on back cover. States, "First Printing, 1995." Book condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 002248