Poetry / Prose-poems; Paper, Perfect Bound. 30 pages
2014, ISBN: 978-1-936419-43-2
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With Tales of the Tetragrammaton, poet Paul Nemser reaches into his own childhood memories to explore the mystery at the heart of ordinary life. It is at once an evocation of a Jewish family’s life in suburban Portland, Oregon in the 1950′s, with its bowling alleys, formica countertops, and TVs, and a search for meaning and
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Feeding Wild Birds by Robert Haight has been reviewed in Poet’s Quarterly. David James was the reviewer. Here’s a favorite quote:
This book is full of subtle and intelligent connections. The poems tell us that this poet is aware and alive in the world and, by example, urge readers to observe and connect to their worlds.
Prick of the Spindle Has a new review of a slightly older book.
“After the Firestorm” by Susan Kolodny was published in 2011. Which just goes to show that sometimes it takes a little while for quality to percolate through peoples’ consciousness.
In the end, however, Catherine Moore gets it:
Kolodny is both lyric poet and narrative observer. After the Firestorm gifts the reader each of these styles in its investigations of experienced losses and traumas.