Fathers: A Collection of Poems
David Ray, Judy Ray (Editors)


Arriving in time for Father's Day, this moving collection of poetry echoes the themes of fatherly love and childhood devotion, desertion, communication between generations, and the challenge of healing old grievances. In this landmark anthology, poets David and Judy Ray have gathered the most complete collection of poems on fathers ever assembled. More than 120 poets reveal their memories of fathers and fatherhood--some funny, some heartrending, some tragic. Works by Raymond Carver, Rita Dove, Donald Justice, Robert Bly, and many others are featured.


Through GriefNet and help support our work.
Browse our Bookstore

GriefNet Home Page |First Page of This Section