SNOW ON FIRE offers poetry that refers to the natural world of animals, forest and water as its touchstone. It was written midst the struggle to protect the Penokee Range - a pristine watershed - from destruction by a big-money mining company. SNOW ON FIRE takes what the author experiences in her gentle and wild small-town Wisconsin life and makes it feel intimately relatable. One fan puts it this way, "I am so grateful there are people like her in the world, who truly see things in the natural and human world and then are actually PRESENT to them ..." And, "Wow, this is simply stunning. There is not one false or wrong-sounding note or word in any of this."