Helen Marie Casey's Zero Degrees is a brave endeavor to remember victims of hatred, mayhem, and violence. The writer of this series embeds poems of remarkable strength and beauty in our consciousness. She makes international turmoil real and vivid to us, not as a journalist, but as a poet of intensity and empathy.
Helen Marie Casey is a poet, essayist, and biographer who lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts. Her essays appear in newspapers, magazines, and journals and include the study, Portland’s Compromise: The Colored School 1867-1872.