Pacific Flyway is Lee’s fifth book of poetry and follows the familiar themes found in his first four books: The Lines That Connect Us, Moments like These, Stones in a River, and Spindrift.
Pacific Flyway is another book of poetry featuring the Alaskan environment that, itself, inspires poetry. Southeast Alaska is where mountains meet the Pacific Ocean shores. Lives here, above, and below the sea’s surface are codependent and call for expression in poetry. Much written herein is modest yet personal. Experiences, observations, and views, sometimes less cheerful, are a good part of most artistic pursuits.