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Geoffrey Cook’s first collection, Postscript, offers intense engagements with particular landscapes–the Canadian Maritimes, familiar and familial, and a politically exhausted late-twentieth century Czechoslovakia. These lucid, elegant, ambitious poems range in tone from the erotic to the elegiac, the skeptical to the sincere. They capture a contemporary sense of uprootedness and a vision of art and love that is both reticent and revelatory.

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