Author: Myles Gordon

Myles Gordon's book-length poetry collection Inside the Splintered Wood was published by Tebot Bach as winner of the press's Patricia Bibby First Book Competition. It was named a "Must Read" as a finalist for a Massachusetts Book Award, through the Massachusetts Center for the Book. His chapbook Recite Every Day was published by Evening Street Press in 2009 as winner of the Helen Kay Chapbook Competition. His chapbook Until It Does Us In was published by Cervena Barva Press. He is a past winner of the Grolier Poetry Prize, and received honorable mention for an Associated Writers Programs (AWP) Intro Award - Poetry. He was featured in the anthology Awake! A Reader for the Sleepless (Soft Skull Press). His poetry has appeared in numerous journals including Slipstream and Rattle. He teaches History, English and Special Education in middle and high school in the Boston area, and works as an editor, producer and reporter for WBUR, one of Boston's National Public Radio affiliates.

In Between the Charges - For Ethel Rosenberg
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In Between the Charges - For Ethel Rosenberg

Broadstone Books

Poetry. Ethel Rosenberg and her husband Julius were executed in 1953 for passing "atomic secrets" to the Soviet Union—the only Americans condemned to death during the Red Scare. In this powerful verse—a sonnet sequence, no less—Myles Gordon evokes h...

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