Foreword Reviews

Books We've Reviewed from Graywolf Press

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To Siberia

At age sixty an unnamed female narrator recalls her coming of age in the isolated Danish village of Vrangbaek, remembering the imprint her brother and World War II left on her.... Read More

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Things and Flesh

Gregg’s new book is fresh and fearless in that she writes beautiful and unabashedly spiritual poems that are free of the didactic, doctrinal or pretentious. Hers is a... Read More

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Relations

Eamon Grennan’s poems seem to slow time. Their occasions are often ordinary enough—a walk with a daughter, watching three boys swim, meditating on a fire—but their... Read More

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Except by Nature

Of those poetry collections in the ecstatic genre, Sandra Alcosser’s "Except by Nature" is one of the best, deserving of its recent selection for the National Poetry Series.... Read More

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