By Sheila Moon

“Poems, like rivers, are journeys . . .” and to read Songs for Wanderers is indeed to experience with Sheila Moon such things as “a dinosaur ant lumbering upslope through tall grass trees” in a prevailing atmosphere of unpretentiousness and gratitude for “a microscopic piece of time” spent on earth.

Published by Golden Quill Press, 1978
(Awarded the Silver Medal for poetry by the Commonwealth Club of California in the same year.)

$5.50 Hardcover ISBN 0-8233-0287-3 80 pages; 5-1/2″ x 8″