As we at Middle Island Press delve into the world of perfect-bound book-publishing, it’s with a glowing sense of accomplishment that we present North Dakota poet Rodney Nelson’s fourth Middle Island Press title, Felton Prairie.
Nelson’s home region, the Red River prairie, has been called a valley but is in fact a seabed with hidden beaches rimming it. The native and restored grassland of Felton Prairie is up on one of these. Nelson walks there often and has borrowed its name for this 105-page collection of poems which is available through the Middle Island Press website, and also through Amazon.com and elsewhere online.
A Kindle version will soon be available for download.