The New World

A great poem of this end of our century. It is masterfully structured in recurring themes and voices which build on and off each other. Gardinier is above all a poet whose language and images are completely integrated so that in Keats's words, every rift is laden with ore. I found this a thrilling poem to read.
Adrienne Rich
Winner of the 1992 AWP Award Series in Poetry

“A great poem of this end of our century. It is masterfully structured in recurring themes and voices which build on and off each other. Gardinier is above all a poet whose language and images are completely integrated so that in Keats’s words, every rift is laden with ore. I found this a thrilling poem to read.”
–Adrienne Rich

160 Pages, 6 x 9 in.

February, 1994

isbn : 9780822955160

about the author

Suzanne Gardinier

Suzanne Gardinier is the author of Usahn: Ten Poems and a Story (1990). In 1992 she was awarded a Lannan Literary Fellowship, which “recognizes writers of distinctive literary merit.” She lives in Sag Harbor, New York.

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