by Michael Fitzgerald
These poems are informed by a blend of humanistic and Bahá'í values. In these poems Michael Fitzgerald points to the source of all creation and back to the creation itself. Human life here is varied, and God takes on a human face.
Michael Fitzgerald is the author of four [at that time] books of poetry and the editor of a book of essays. He has studied at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, Earlham College and the Iowa Writers' Workshop. He has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, received an Ackerman Nicholson Fellowship and Garrabrandt Poetry Medallion. He lives and writes in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
"Whitmanesque" Arthur Chapin
ISBN: | WMPub# 1048 | 5˝" x 8˝" | 99 pages perfectbound | $10.95 CDN
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