A new volume of poetic works by the Pulitzer Prize finalist and National Book Award-winning author of Brutal Imagination reflects on such topics as his transition from urban renter to non-plussed rural homeowner, the sobering influence of war, and the intimation of the writer's own mortality. Simultaneous.
Presented in the style of a lyric chronicle, a season-by-season accounting of a year in the life of the narrator incorporates diverse reflections on the world as it is experienced or imagined, in a collection that features such subjects as a Chicago spring, summer at the Jersey shore, and a Miami Beach winter. By the author of Pax Atomica. 15,000 first pirnting.
Continuing her series of autobiographical poetry collections, the author of the critically acclaimed Music Minus One evokes her experiences as a member of the baby-boom generation, recalling her Jewish childhood in New Jersey, her late parents' reunion with relatives over Scrabble in the afterlife, the influence of cherished items from the past, and more.
From the award-winning author of The Street of Clocks and The Cradle Place comes a distinctive and provocative new collection of poetry that explores unexpected moments of grace even within such dark themes as intolerance, inhumanity, loss, and a sense of mortality.
A new, deeply personal anthology of poetry by the award-winning author of Wild Gratitude and Earthly Measures provides a profound, often painful, self-examination in such works as "Self-Portrait," "The Sweetness," and "I Wish I Could Paint You."
Reflects on the beauty and energy of the physical world as well as life in contemporary America, in a stylistically varied collection of poetry that includes the poem, "Envy of Other People's Poems."