Poetry collections by Barbara Toboni
When Barbara Toboni takes a trip back to Guam in 2010,
she finds what remains of the family’s first home abandoned and barely
visible, ravaged by many years of storms. The house becomes a symbol for the
author inspiring her to write poetry and short prose about her life on the
island spanning twelve years. Memories are clear and portray Barbara's
coming of age as she grows from pre-teen to young woman.
Praise for Undertow
“…Barbara Toboni has a striking ability to paint an
arrestingly clear picture while simultaneously sharing exquisite wit and
Leonore Wilson, author of Western Solstice
Both books are available locally at Jessel Gallery or contact the author.
Jessel Gallery, 1019 Atlas Peak Road, Napa CA