The poems in Graham Hillard's debut collection are personal and world-historical, as remote as fifteenth-century Rome and as near as the American landscape. Here are poems of music, violence, faith, doubt, and the creaturely world, composed in the unignorable shadow of Holy Scripture. Here, too, are childhood and child-rearing, small sagas of fortune and failure across the generations. Like the dissonant chords for which the book is named, Hillard's poems seek resolution but find it only sparingly. A bold and surprising new collection, Wolf Intervals takes place at the heart of that quest.