In Black Elk Dances for Queen Victoria
Dana Littlepage Smith writes poetry that 'can fill a belly like a piece of bread'. These are honest poems, sharply observed and beautifully crafted. The voices that speak from the pages are authentic, sometimes dark, always full of passion, but never over-stated. This is poetry that works both in performance and on the page.
"These are poems full of verve and colour, speaking with many tongues from many horizons – a generous brave poetry, unfailingly informed by the heart!"