*Moon in a Mason Jar* and *What My Father Believed*
Two of Wrigley's finest collections of poems are now together in one volume.
"One of the finest new poets to come along in years: strong, imaginative, and resolute."
-- James Dickey
"An acute eye for authentic detail and a subtle ear for the rhythms and cadences of real speech, and what he has to say is worth hearing."
"Robert Wrigley's poems of testimony and memory cast a fierce, clarifying, and ultimately healing light into the dark reaches of the American psyche."
-- Edward Hirsch
"Invigorating narratives . . . [an] abundance of intellectual and aesthetic rewards." -- Prairie Schooner
"Against the inchoate and mortal powers, Wrigley's poems are whole."
-- Stanley Plumley
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French Cat Poems through the Ages
Collected and Translated with an Introduction by Norman R. Shapiro
Michael S. Harper
Literary Afro-Modernism and the Cultural Politics of Black Music
A Poet's Life