Irreverent, mystical, funny and profound, Year of the Pomegranate touches on universal themes from love to terrorism, all the while grounding the reader into the natural world of the human and animal body, the rhythms of seasons and the soul. Deborah Grace considers new moons, slang, racism, body image and meditation, using personal and societal challenges as opportunities to deepen our connections to one another and the divine.

Deborah's poetry is whimsical, electrical, dreamy, expansive, fantastical, uncovering. Like Ansel Adams photographing Yosemite. Her words open something you have always sensed inside yourself!
- Stephen Shern