The poems here delve into what William Logan calls the "ill-lit kingdom of the past." The book is haunted by the dead but equally penitent toward the rich insinuations of the living: the lost floral paradise of the Florida outlands, the steamy Gatsby summers of a Long Island childhood, the frozen stones of a colonial burying ground. This new collection of seventy-two poems will allow readers to delight in the richness of Logan's language and the boldness of his vision.

The Whispering Gallery 2005, Penguin Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780143036173

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