Lorraine's books are available at your favorite bookstores, from online book sellers or purchased directly from the author through the links below.
"If we go to poetry (as I do) to be reminded of the emotional complexity that is the human condition, to find comfort in the shared experiences of grief and joy wrought in language, then Lorraine Henrie Lins's new book should be on your to-read list. Here we find the small wonders of the ordinary world--transcended through a simple language, an extraordinary music." ~Gerry LaFemina, author of Baby Steps in Doomsday Prepping
"100 Tipton revisits the light and dark summery landscapes of childhood and adolescence at the New Jersey shore and delivers lightning strikes of truth and clarity as the world of angers, abuse and violence, inside families and outside, reveal themselves to the child then and the adult now. Rueful, clear-eyed and rich with detail." ~Hayden Saunier, author of How to Wear This Body
"This is a writer you can trust, a book you can take with you on every journey, confident that its "good words" will bring you home safely, braver and smarter and ready for the next adventure." ~Chris Bursk, author of The Improbable Swervings of Atoms
"As surely as the passing of the seasons, forgiveness and hope are choices Lorraine Lins offers us. This is a book to read…and pass on."
~Patricia Goodrich, author of Red Mud and Verda’s House
"This amazing book creates a synthesis between land and sea, desire and conformity. It's like she opens the windows of her life to let you look at her struggles to remain whole, and then closes them gently, so as not to get dust in your eye." ~Hal Sirowitz, Former Poet Laureate of Queens, NY and author of Mother Said, Father Said and Before, During and After
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