Jacqueline Murray Loring is included in this anthology edited by the City of Albuquerque Poet Laureate from 2020-2022, Mary Oishi. In this volume she brings together one hundred Albuquerque poets in this anthology that commemorates the Poets in the Libraries series. When COVID-19 struck, Oishi was tasked with promoting and programming poetry during the pandemic. As Albuquerque-and the world-shifted to virtual events, so did the Poets in the Libraries series. Community poets read work virtually at home and at the city’s many public libraries. The result is a plethora of poetry, now preserved in video productions on One Albuquerque Media at each of the city’s public libraries, and a compilation of one hundred poems and poets from the series in this Poets in the Libraries anthology. Poets included are performance and page poets, previously and first-time published authors. The work explores nature, grief, love, and healing, New Mexico and Albuquerque.