Join Scott Caputo on a pilgrimage where we are offered nothing less than the full measure of being human. Accessible, these poems are made from the whole cloth of experience. Caputo never shies away from his religion or the marketplace. Astonishment lies down with humor. In Holy Trinity of Chiles the wanderer and the word-lover
Kit Kennedy, poet and host of Gallery Café Reading Series, San Francisco
In Holy Trinity of Chiles, poet Scott Caputo is fully engaged on an inspired journey as guide and follower. These compelling narrative poems reflect themes of exploration and discovery, memory and history -- illuminations delivered with vivid, detailed imagery. Readers of these thoughtful, life-affirming poems will be drawn into a further appreciation by the "composite landscape" presented by this collection as a whole. Caputo also offers up an imaginative, playful and whimsical side, as particularly reflected in the last section of the book -- adding a light dessert to this hearty meal.
John Rowe, poet and editor of Poetalk
Holy Trinity of Chiles treats us to a smorgsbord of poetic exploration,
both literally and figuratively. From genuinely spiritual appetizers, through travel-inspired and thought-provoking entrées, to light and witty desserts, Scott Caputo invites us to enjoy a small-plate poetic feast that satisfies deeply."
Kirston Koths, poet