Gods of Water and Air
A collection of poetry, prose, and drama
Time Fold Books, 136 pages.
“In Gods of Water and Air, Rachel Dacus turns a painterly eye onto both the nooks and crannies of our world—‘hints of rose madder in the cerulean,’ a palm tree’s ‘rigid, rattling arguments’—and ‘the blue immensity’ that holds us all.”
– Molly Fisk, author of Blow-Drying a Chicken.
“Dacus’ book will invite you to journey with her through adventures in art museums, pie baking, and eagle-spotting.”
– Jeannine Hall Gailey, author of She Returns to the Floating World.
“ In Gods of Water and Air, the humor and irreverence of a 1960’s rebel mix with feminist, expressionist, and lyrical motifs as the author openly explores her feelings, relationships, and spiritual musings. — Ann Wehrman.