Posts tagged ‘Martin Berman-Gorvine’

cautious experiments with form and rhyme

Contemporary poetry on Jewish religious subjects is rare in America outside the pages of specialized Jewish publications. Thus, Peg Duthie’s delightful new collection Measured Extravagance (Upper Rubber Boot Books) is doubly welcome…

So begins Martin Berman-Gorvine’s review, “A Measured Feast,” posted 25 September 2012 at InTheMoment, the blog of Moment Magazine.

26 September 2012


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