Owen Lewis’s Field Light is reviewed in The Berkshire Edge

Joan Embree reviews Owen Lewis’s Field Light in The Berkshire Edge.
“Field Light is an exquisitely rendered portrait of the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, created with Owen Lewis’s inimitable blend of singular poetry and prose. Chesterwood in Glendale, Massachusetts, which was formerly the home and studio of Daniel Chester French and is now a museum, as well as Lewis’s own house, the Dormouse, which once belonged  to the Chesterwood estate and was home to French’s daughter Peggy Cresson, also a sculptor, are as much characters in the book as are the people.” (read more)

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