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yerra-sugarman's picture
Jun.04.2008
"Yerra Sugarman’s first book Forms of Gone marked the appearance of a mature poet with an invaluable world-view, that of a daughter of Shoah survivors settled in Canada interrogating and recreating a vanishing palimpsest of experience. The Bag of Broken Glass, with a mastery of form and of...
yerra-sugarman's picture
Jun.04.2008
"Forms of Gone is a powerful first book by a poet mature in experience and worldview, whose strength is drawn at once from a unique perspective and a multilayered engagement with the conterpoint of syntax and poetic measure. Yerra Sugarman is the daughter of Shoah survivors who settled in...
margo-berdeshevsky's picture
Mar.19.2008
Recent pub.: 2008 winter - Agni – "A Friday Desdemona" (short story) online exclusive 2007&2009- Agni –  Pas de Deux, à Trois  (short story) & Troika for Lovers 2007 "But a Passage in Wilderness" (poetry book)--Sheep Meadow Press 2008-From the Fishouse- audio...
margo-berdeshevsky's picture
Mar.18.2008
"There is in Margo Berdeshevsky’s work a rare persistence of the lyric voice, used with a sense of ecstasy & grief almost religious in its evocations. Absolutely modern & fearlessly romantic by turns, the poems circle the rich & threatened corners of the living planet & travel...
tony-barnstone's picture
Feb.20.2008
Sad Jazz is a novel-in-sonnets, a sort of updating of the Petrarchan love sonnet sequence that follows a couple through their courtship, marriage, divorce and aftermath.  The sonnets in this book are largely metrically true, though a minority of them are experiments -- sonnets that shrink from 14...