Poetry. When asked by a friend why he recently he had been writing only poetry, Marvin Cohen, octogenarian author of many novels, stories, essays and plays, quipped that he had "run out of prose." It would be as apt to say that, in these delightfully carefree rhymed homilies about the irreducible vagaries of life, death, and evolution, he has leapt off the ground, into the air.
Marvin Cohen is the author of numerous novels, plays, and collections of short pieces, including SADNESS CORRECTED: NEW POEMS AND DIALOGUES; RUN OUT OF PROSE; WOMEN, AND TOM GERVASI; INSIDE THE WORLD: AS AL LEHMAN; The Self-Devoted Friend; Others, Including Morstive Sternbump; and Baseball as Metaphysics. He lives in New York City.Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA