Gary Margolis's first book of poems is accomplished in its craftsmanship. For many years he has been publishing in magazines and, in this initial gathering of his work, he presents a sustained, mature poetic voice. This is a collection of his best poems and a carefully considered whole, a book that is consistently lyrical and moving.
Page count: 88 pp. Trim size: 5.5 x 8.5
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Gary Margolis is the executive director of College Mental Health Services and associate professor of English and American Literatures at Middlebury College. A former Robert Frost Fellow and staff member at Bread Loaf, he has also taught at the University of Vermont and Tennessee Writers' Conferences. His poems have appeared in Prairie Schooner, the New England Review, and Poetry, among others. His most recent book is Fire in the Orchard. He is on the board of the Vermont Humanities Council and first recipient of the St. Michael's College Clinical Psychology Sam Dietzel Award for mental health practice in Vermont.