Review of Sharon Dolin’s Manual for Living at The Rumpus

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!