Lee 's new chapbook is Weeds (click on the thumbnaail to see a full-size version) from Finishing Line Press.
Marie Ponsot calls Gould's poems "radically lively" catching "both reality and the wildness under it..." while Peg Boyers refers to Gould's "vibrant, accessible often darkly funny free verse."
After teaching at Goucher College, Lee retired to the Hudson Valley where she continues to teach, write poems and reviews, gardens, makes far too much jam and explores the marvels of Columbia County and Hudson where she serves on the Democratic Party Committee.
Her poems and reviews have appeared in Quarterly West, The Gay and Lesbian Review, the Berkshire Review, Chronogram, Magma, Phoebe, Passager, Women and the Environment and other journals.
"With more than a touch of New York and Woody Allen in her, Lee read from her book 'Weeds'. Petersfield Herald