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The Poetry of Capital
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BENJAMIN S. GROSSBERG is the director of creative writing at the University of Hartford. His books include Space Traveler and Sweet Core Orchard, winner of a Lambda Literary Award. His latest collection is My Husband Would. CLARE ROSSINI is an artist-in-residence at Trinity College, where she teaches classes in literature and creative writing and directs a program that places Trinity students in core-city public school classrooms. Her books include Lingo, Winter Morning with Crow, and Selections from the Claudia Poems.

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Fresh, memorable, original. The coeditors have constructed a meaningful and timely anthology that, in significant ways, gathers together a range of poems about money and class structures in America."" - Judith Vollmer

""Money may be, as Denise Duhamel notes in her mini-essay, one of the last taboo subjects in the arts as well as in polite company, but that's exactly what the forty-four diverse and wide-ranging contemporary American poets in this wonderful anthology so memorably explore - if by 'money' you mean everything in our increasingly stressed and stressful capitalist society that money informs. There's an embarrassment of riches here. You can bank on it."" - Ronald Wallace

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