"[Glazner] manages to locate a redemptive grace in this world while writing from the very thick of it."—Santa Fe New Mexican
Greg Glazner's lyrical and meditative poems address the burdens, demands, and joys of life at the end of the twentieth century. Their subjects range from a self-portrait distorted by nightfall to a consideration of the place of consciousness in a universe created out of an explosion. These elegant, well-crafted poems depict the spiritual desolation of American life and act as beacons of hope in the quest for sincerity and depth.
- April 1998
- 5.5 × 8.3 in
/ 96 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide
Endorsements & Reviews
“One of the most important and urgent new poets in the United States.” — Quarterly West