This collection of poetry by a Bostonian and child psychiatrist features the natural world, fishing, and boating as major themes.
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About the author Steven Luria Ablon, poet and psychoanalyst, teaches child psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and publishes widely in academic journals. His poems have appeared in anthologies and magazines including “The Brooklyn Review”, “Ploughshares”, “The Princeton Arts Review”. His previous collections of poetry are Tornado Weather and Flying Over Tasmania. He lives with his wife, Gridth, in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.Review:
"He chooses his words with care and brings an appealing reticence to his poems... " -- Richard Tillinghast
"Steven Ablon's poems are intensely and attentively quiet, like the solitary fisherman we meet in some of them." -- Richard Hoffman
"With precision and grace, Steven Ablon shows us a world: rivers and woods, cafes of longing, the family table." -- Wendy Mnookin
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Book Description Peter E. Randall Publisher, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1931807388