"Inside The Splintered Wood is tender and deeply human. Myles Gordon is simply an outstanding poet." - Kathleen Spivack, author of With Robert Lowell And His Circle

"Inside The Splintered Wood is a very funny book. But don't take this poet lightly. He'll be the one telling the "joke of utter humanity" when the place blows up."
- Natasha Saje, author of Bend

"...The debut collection from Myles Gordon is at once brave and ravenous; an embodiment of love starved for itself."
- Brendan Constantine, author of Calamity Joe

"A remarkable sonnet sequence lies at the heart of Myles Gordon's brave collection about family and history and the resulting wounds and recovery. "
- Jennifer Barber, author of Given Away

Thursday, September 12, 2013

If it weren't for Louisa Solano, there'd be a lot less poetry around here. The Grolier Book Shop in Harvard Square has been a haven for poetry lovers since 1927. Louisa owned the shop for decades before handing the shop over to owner Ifeanyi Menkiti in 2006. Now, the Cambridge Public Library honors Louisa with a new reading series. Please come, Tuesday, October 1, at 6:30 PM to hear Robert Pinsky and Gail Mazur read, in the series inaugural event. Click here for more details.

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