Post Tagged with: "Michael Rothenberg"

Review of Michael Rothenberg’s In Memory of a Banyan Tree

Review by Mary Woodbury In Memory of a Banyan Tree by Michael Rothenberg (Lost Horse Press, 2022) American poet Michael Rothenberg’s newest collection of poems travels backward and forward on an important journey, encompassing poems written between 1985-2022. The reason I say forward is that nowadays writers speculate more than […]

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Michael Rothenberg’s Punk Rockwell, Review by Mary Woodbury

Punk Rockwell, by Michael Rothenberg. Review by Mary Woodbury. According to Punk Rockwell‘s narrator Jeffrey Dagovich, poetry takes more than a lifetime to write. Dagovich is a poet (he announces at the beginning of the book), not a novelist. So why is he writing a novel? Slowly, it’s revealed that […]

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