Poetry. "In these new poems, Harriet Zinnes invents a further, unforgettable antiquity in language as pure and epigrammatic as that of the Greek Anthology. All things find voice and all speak fearlessly. Zinnes has truly discovered a whole new form of integrity here at the end of the world."—Donald Revell
"Alternately querulous and resigned, hopeful and despairing, Harriet Zinnes's poems contemplate the ties that bind us all to our world—or don't."—Amanda Cockrell
Harriet Zinnes is Professor Emerita of English of Queens College of the City University of New York. Her many books of poetry include DRAWING ON THE WALL (2002), WHITHER NONSTOPPING (2005), LIGHT LIGHT OR THE CURVATURE OF THE EARTH (2009), WEATHER IS WHITHER (2012), and HARRIET ZINNES: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS (2014), all from Marsh Hawk Press. She is also contributing editor of The Hollins Critic and a contributing writer as art critic of NY Arts Magazine.
Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA