Reviewing is one of those generosities that I always thinks good literary citizens should do more of, and then I shrink from the task when I have to put my thoughts to page. But when it’s a poet whose aesthetic you click with, and whose work you’ve been following for years, you might find a new book unlocks their body of work in a way you hadn’t thought about before. And so it was with great pleasure that I got to string these connections together in a review of Sharon’s Dolin’s latest collection Manual for Living (U. of Pittsburgh Press) over at The Rumpus. Click on over to The Rumpus here to check it out. And buy Sharon’s book! Support poets!