Spahr in one day, Cook in one week

ImageOne is the loveliest number:

ONE DAY until Juliana Spahr, whose poetry collection Well Then There Now the Los Angeles Review of Books calls “particularly vital at the moment not just for the pleasure inherent in [the poems’] forms of language, but also for the challenge posed by their focus on community. Spahr tests and rejects any separation between intimate passion and general policy. In her poems, love does not resist the world beyond; love lets it in.”

ONE WEEK until Méira Cook, whose recent novel, The House on Sugarbush Road, Quill & Quire calls “a powerful, lyrical novel that ends quietly but with profound impact.”

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