Roseann Lloyd's work as a poet has always been in honor of community, healing, beauty, and laughter. Her stunning and heartbreaking poems about incest have helped to heal a community of men and women whose fates delivered them into the wrong hands. Long before it became politically correct to do so, Lloyd's poems not only located her in her color and class and gender, but, miraculously enough, also located a world of others—a world made real by her piercing attention and compassion, and by her early willingness to claim all she did not understand, even as she... More >>>