Take to the Highway is a book about journeys and the intricate memory map of human consciousness. Much of the book was literally written while driving across the expanse of Texas. The poems embody family history, anticipate his mother's coming death, and embody the reflections of this poet's poet on a life lived along many roads within an interior landscape. Formal and yet deeply personal, the book dares to ask, in the words of reviewer Lorna Dee Cervantes, Who are you again?
Bryce Milligan works in numerous genres from books for children and young adults to adult poetry and criticism. He has edited several critical reviews, directed the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center's literature program and been the publisher, editor and book designer of Wings Press since 1995. He is also the author of six previous books of poetry.