In a recent review in the Sugar House review, Liz Kay had this to say about Ship of Fool by William Trowbridge –
"Throughout the book, we’re treated to Trowbridge’s trademark talents—the fine craft of his poems, his irreverent humor, and his egalitarian mixing of references
in which Milton and Hume share equal footing with Mr. Bubble, classic movies, and hot-rod cars."
To read the full review, click here.