Poetry. Art. "'Art, Art, Art!' With exuberant repetition Corinne Robins begins TODAY'S MENU, her best book of poems so far. These poems whisk readers on a fast-clipped journey through the world of visual art from the nineteen sixties to the twenty-first century, displaying delight and depth of gratitude at the life-saving nature of the image. She buttonholes her favorite painters and sculptors the way Blake questions his Tyger, firing up ekphrasis, and burning each poem bright"--Molly Peacock. "TODAY'S MENU? What art and the art of poetry especially are today-that's what Corinne Robins provides us, nothing short of art in its fullest power, the art of fully invented poem after poem"--Lawrence Joseph. The poems are interlaced with Joyce Romano's beautiful and subtle visual images.