If you've never been to Texas before, you might feel you have after
reading My South By Southwest. It's better than a Lonely Planet
Guide in that the poet marks every locale with personal references.
You learn more about Texas than if you went there. It preserves the
past without sinking into nostalgia. It's a gritty description of a
poet's love of a place that is gone, except in her memory and
images. It shows the reader how the land intersects with life. The
poet has a visual sense, shifting from the personal to the
landscape, like a city scene and a still life merged together. She
proves that borders are just a state of mind.
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