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"What a voice, what a bardic roll. [Stern's] poetry is a lifelong act of love."? Philadelphia Inquirer
National Book Award winner Gerald Stern's wistful and lively poems span countries and centuries, reflecting on memory, aging, history, and mortality.
"[Stern] has settled into a serenity reminiscent of his old master Whitman. . . . Yet the appetite's still on duty." ? New York Times Book Review
"Stern is . . . absolutely necessary to living." ? Erie Reader
Gerald Stern, the author of nineteen poetry collections, has won the National Book Award, the National Jewish Book Award, the Ruth Lilly Prize, the Wallace Stevens Award, the Frost medal, and the Award of Merit (from the American Academy of Arts and Letters), among others. He lives in Lambertville, New Jersey, and New York City.