Nerve, wit, dazzle, shape-shifting, a painful clearness; an urgent, generous, funny, dreadful intensity of the imagination . . . Gail Wronsky's resourcefulness before the rickety, precarious, desirable look of things is wonderful, and so is her seriousness, and so is her ear for the textures of language, uptown and downtown. ”
Gail Wronsky is the author of Poems for Infidels (Red Hen Press); Dying for Beauty (Copper Canyon), a finalist for the Western Arts Federation Poetry Award; The Love-talkers (Hollyridge Press); Again the Gemini are in the Orchard (New Poets Series); and...