The first poem of “Petroglyphs” appeared unbidden in a dream. Like Odin’s raven, the poem and its images heralded the coming of a simpler style that dredges up primordial images and myths to create a sacred space where change occurs, language renews itself, and the dead live again.

Harvey looks to nature and the past … Deadly serious and brimming with short, free-verse treatments of creation stories… A thoughtful and sometimes thought-provoking mixed bag of philosophic musings.
Kirkus Reviews