Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: April 2012
"Jane Shore is the poet of little ambushes, moments that hold us hostage, moments when we come to life." -- Julia Alvarez
Since Robert Fitzgerald praised Eye Level, Jane Shore's 1977 Juniper Prize-winning first collection, for its "cool but venturesome eye," her work has continued to receive the highest accolades and attention from critics and fellow poets. That Said: New and Selected Poems
extends Shore's lifelong, vivid exploration of memory--her childhood in New Jersey, her Jewish heritage, her adult years in Vermont. Shore's devotion to her familiar coterie of departed parents, ... View More...