Gardeners Do It With Their Hands Dirty
by Robert Knox
Robert Knox is a husband, father, freelance writer for the Boston Globe, rabid backyard gardener, and blogger on nature, books, films and other subjects based on the premise that there’s a garden metaphor for everything. His short stories, poems and creative nonfiction have appeared in numerous literary. As contributing editor for “Verse-Virtual.com,” his poems appear on the journal’s site every month. His novel on the Plymouth, Mass. origins of the notorious Sacco-Vanzetti case, Suosso’s Lane, was recently published by Web-e-Books.com.