"Stories frame our
existence. They tie us to
our ancestors and to one
another. They help us find
our place in this world."
Sandra Kring (Random House author of Book of Bright Ideas, Carry Me Home, How High the Moon) says, of Campbell's work:
"This is Southern fiction as its finest."
Jay Parini,(The Art of Subtraction: New and Selected Poems, The Last Station, and Robert Frost: A Life.) describes Campbell's poetry,
"This is a poet with a deep sense of not only nature but spirit....she brings rich native tradition into play here, in language that is strict and pure...I hear a profound religious note in these poems that moves beyond dogma into a kind of universal religion, with religion as a kind of re-legio, in the root sense of that word: a linking back to an earlier time, a world of pure nature...this poet understands the relationship -- almost an occult relationship -- between word and thing. The poetry rises to a high level, and this level is sustained through the collection."
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