Without moralizing or asserting, Weltner’s poetry resists the post-content, post-intellectual, post-memory culture we seem to be living in today, succeeding through his writing in making us feel human again.  He is a believer in human reason and dignity, as well as the bright necessity of passion….His poems extol the virtues of the free and beautiful human being in an age of “ravaged conventions.” 

W.S. Milne, “The Poetry of Peter Weltner,” Agenda, Vol. 54, Nos.1-2

Peter Weltner, woods and the City, Marrowstone Press

Woods and the City available on September 25th