The new collection from the author of the cult classic THE UNDERTAKING
In Still Life in Milford, Lynch tenders poems on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographies. Examining the dynamics of faith, rememberance, and intimate conduct, these poems are informed by end times, tribulations and visions that make up the ordinary enterprise of daily life. Colloquy and narrative, Soliloquy and tribute: Still Life in Milford engages the poet's voice - as elegist, eulogist, obiturist, straight man and passer-by - to achieve a difficult and inimitable harmony.
“With one ear to the ground and another to the heavens, Lynch renders poems that echo mortality's solid thud.”