book review

The Both-And Principle: Zagajewski’s Dichotomies

In Adam Zagajewski’s poems all forms of address are used: I, you, we. The poet is visible, yet in the hands of a skilled poet like Zagajewski, we are seduced by the poem and are also willing to ignore the manipulator’s hands.

Book Review: John M. Fitzgerald is Yeats Revisited
 (A necessary and soulful companion for the cosmopolitan)

Favorite Bedtime Stories by John FitzGerald Salmon Poetry, Ireland, 2014, 78 pages, paperback Review by Erna Cooper There are those of us who support the muse because it is a silenced, treasured part of ourselves, locked away. And there are those who release it without the means of support, because we cannot help ourselves. John …

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