"Pinsky is our finest living specimen of this sadly rare breed, and the poems of "Gulf Music" are among the best examples we have of poetry's ability to illuminate not only who we are as humans, but who we are – and can be – as a nation."
— The New York Times Book Review
The poems in Robert Pinsky's new book At the Foundling Hospital consider personality and culture as improvised from loss: a creative effort so pervasive it is invisible.. [...] The quest is lyrical, whether the subject is as specific as "the emanation of a dead star still alive" or as personal as the "pinhole iris of your mortal eye."
Official Publication Date
FARRAR, STRAUS AND GIROUX
Reading: The Blacksmith House Poetry Series8pm — 9pm
Robert Pinsky reads from his new book, At the Foundling Hospital. Cambridge Center for Adult Education, 56 Brattle Street. Cambridge, MA