Waldor's captivating poems transport us into a realm where nature has majesty as well as solitude. Denizens of the mountains and forest, even fungi, take on a magical significance. Waldor reminds us that wonders await when we pause, observe, and immerse ourselves in nature.
—Britt Bunyard, Publisher, Fungi Magazine
In Peter Waldor's Fairy Slippers, we are taken into a magical world of nature where the tiniest forms of beauty loom large. Delicate and succinct, the imagery is rich with longing. Odes to mushrooms and lupines pay tribute to the wonders of the forest and to our perception of the natural world.
—Lisa St John, author of Swallowing Stones