In this week’s One Minute Poem, Linda Crosfield reads “What’s Best for Us” from the chapbook What’s Best for Us (Nose in Book Publishing, 2021).
By kind permission of the poet and Nose in Book Publishing.
Linda Crosfield’s work appears in several literary magazines including The Antigonish Review, Room, The Minnesota Review, The New Orphic Review, and Event, and in anthologies including Our Days in Vaudeville, Refugium, and Another Dysfunctional Cancer Poem Anthology. Through her micro-press, Nose in Book Publishing, she’s published chapbooks by Canadian poets, including Stuart Ross, George Bowering, Yvonne Blomer, and Daniel G. Scott. She’s been short-listed for Room Magazine’s annual poetry contest, and through Poetry-in-Transit, one of her poems traveled around the lower mainland on buses and Skytrain. She lives in Ootischenia, B.C., at the confluence of the Columbia and Kootenay Rivers, on the traditional lands of the Sinixt, Syilx and Ktunaxa Nations. http://www.lindacrosfield.com