With an introduction by John Kinsella
Over the last thirty-five years, George Ellenbogen has produced a steady flow of poetry celebrated for its light touch with difficult, often dark subjects; whether autobiographical [divorce] or political [the Holocaust]. Distinguished by their moral boldness and humane wisdom, Ellenbogen's poems never shy away from the underside of human experience. Drawn from his last four books of poetry, and with powerful new work, Morning Gothic gives us a Canadian poet quite unlike any other-one whose well-lit imagination leads us to unusual and unsettling visions.Signal Editions
160 pp 8.5" x 5.5"
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