Hawk Parable – Starred Review in Publishers Weekly

Hawk Parable (University of Akron Press, 2019) received a starred review in Publishers Weekly!

“In his 1950 Nobel Prize acceptance speech, Faulkner argued that under the sway of a “universal and physical fear,” writers had forgotten how to attend to “the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself.” In her second book, Mills (Tongue Lyre) proves that Faulkner underestimated a poet’s ability to manage enormous shifts of scale. Questions probe and pierce: “Can I call it light/ knowing what came?”

You can read the full review here.