- Publisher: Poetry Society of New Hampshire
- Editor: John-Michael Albert
- Available in: Paperback
- ISBN: 978-0-9724167-2-6
- Published: January 8, 2008
“Two hundred poems about the towns, plants and animals, history and geography of New Hampshire by poets from across the United states and from across the last two centuries. Here are the four seasons, stone walls, maple sugaring, loons and the Old Man of the Mountain… (and) hardscrabble farmers to lawyers, the working poor to vacationers and retirees, teens to nonagenarians, all lost in ecstatic reflection or fixed firmly in the moment, writing in rhyme and meter, free verse, prose poetry and slam.” John-Michael Albert, editor
In this unusual anthology, the poems are arranged alphabetically by location, from Acworth to Woodford, with a section at the end entitled “Hymns,” putting New Hampshire front and center.
“I love New Hampshire and I love poetry and this collection is both. Perfect gift if you love somebody.” Fritz Wetherbee, NH writer & Emmy-winning TV host