Looks like a wonderful collection Dilys Wood and Myra Schneider are great poets.
Jamie Dedes' THE POET BY DAY Webzine
Antarctica: The blue ice covering Lake Fryxell, in the Transantarctic Mountains, comes from glacial meltwater from the Canada Glacier and other smaller glaciers. The freshwater stays on top of the lake and freezes, sealing in briny water below.
Editorial Note: Today The Poet by Day features two stellar poets, Myra Schneider and Dilys Wood. Myra, an award-winning poet, poetry coach and author of eleven collections reviews Antarctica by distinguished poet, Dilys Wood, author of two collections, founder of Second Light Network of Women Poets, managing editor of ARTEMISpoetry (biannual magazine), and co-editor and publisher of poetry anthologies.
Myra Schneider‘s Review of Dilys Wood: Antarctica (Greendale Press, 2008)
Polar explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard in front of his typewriter in the Terra Nova hut at Cape Evans (Ross Island, Antarctica)
In her collection, Antarctica, Dilys Wood has drawn on her considerable knowledge of this continent in remarkable ways. One…
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