by Lindy Hough

Wondrous Child: The Joys and Challenges of Grandparenting

Publication Date: March 27, 2012

“Lately, as I deal with two adolescents and two more on the way, I have come to think that the entire point of parenthood might be grandparenthood. Certainly I expect it will be more fun. This delightfully honest collection of essays illuminates the loving, yet complicated —even occasionally fraught— relationships between parents, grandparents, and the children they all love. A must-read across the generations.”

—Ayelet Waldman, author of Bad Mother

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Wild Horses, Wild Dreams: New and Selected Poems 1971-2010

Publication Date: April 5, 2011

“In the natural world, the web of human relations, and the conundrums of philosophical inquiry, Hough wages battle with the mirrors of illusion.”

- Summer Brenner, poet and fiction writer

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Nuclear Strategy and The Code of the Warrior: Faces of Mars and Shiva in the Crisis of Human Survival

Anthology; Co-edited with Richard Grossinger North Atlantic Books 1984

“…captures a positive view of an alternative future while staying grounded in the practical everyday conduct of war and war-making…it looks starkly in the face of an ancient warrior tradition that may serve the planet better than its separate tribes.”

- Gordon Feller, CEO, Urban Age Institute

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Changing Woman

Io Books 1971

“Lindy Hough compels our gaze in this first book to the violence done to the west (and the Navahos) by the procurement of uranium, a dark under-tow juxtaposed with the lightness of living in fascinating places and having children…”

- Wilbur Truefoot, Moab Times-Independent

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A long narrative poem North Atlantic Books 1974

“Her work is sensuous and tough, and much of its strength arises from her struggle to refuse roles, both of life and feeling, commonly assigned to women.”

- Robert Kelly, Professor of Literature, Co-Director of the Program in Written Arts, Bard College

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The Sun In Cancer

North Atlantic Books 1978

“Her poems build up to an intensity which startles and absorbs…Hough begins from an idealistic point and comes…to the political in such poems as the beautiful ‘Virya: Joyous Energy.’ ”

- Rochelle Ratner, Soho Weekly News

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Outlands & Inlands

Truck Press 1978

“She trusts the poem and she trusts her ear and she takes refuge in the language we are all given.”

- Bobby Byrd, Poet and Publisher of Cinco Puntos Press

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