Writer's Block: Reeves Keyworth

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Local author Reeves Keyworth's My Daphne Phase has been published by Finishing Line Press ($12, 27 pages).

Summary (from publisher):

Keyworth, whose family moved to Tucson in 1947, spent her childhood and part of her young adulthood in the Southwest, and many of her poems reflect her response to that landscape - a falling-down house on Lee Street in the 'seventies, the "holy flatness" of the Tucson Valley, a "eucalyptus porous as the light." Other poems in this collection range in topic from an audition for a television commercial to a retelling of the Three Bears tale in which Goldilocks is replaced by Scrapefoot the fox.