By Jack Coulehan
Jack Coulehan’s poems are full of voices: voices of the patient, insistent, quirky, and wise; voices of the ever-new world, from Kosovo to Ohio; voices of mentors from Chekov to Keats. Within this book, the reader will find heartbreak tempered by humour and love: read ‘Lovesickness: A Medieval Text’ or “The Doctor’s Wife’ To see what I mean. These are poems of a past – and present – master. — John Stone MD, Where Water Begins: New Poems and Prose.