Hugh Hennedy lives in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. His poems have been published in many journals, among them Puckerbrush Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Tar River Poetry, Hawaii Review, and James Joyce Quarterly. His books of poetry are 314 Franklin (Hobblebush Books, 2010), Old Winchester Hill (Enright House, 1993), Halcyon Time (Oyster River Press, 1993), and Variations on a Natural Theme: A Loon Year (Hobblebush Books, 2008).
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Hugh Hennedy leads readers on a serpentine tour of his early days, and the people who fashioned him into a life of poetry, just as his blacksmith grandfather forged horseshoes.
Bird-watching through the exquisite eye of a poet. A poetry book for the coffee table.