Poetry. These eighteen poems explore and describe the world of nature on the fringe of human life, whether zoo animals released in war time, insects invading the home, or a fanciful raven. Limited to 270 copies of hand-set Centaur type with Kennerley Italic for display, letterpress printed on recycled and acid-free Classic Linen 80 lb. text with Ponderosa Pine end sheet and Wassau Royal Fiber Thyme 80 lb. wraparound cover, all recycled and acid-free, bound in a single, hand-sewn signature.
D M Gordon has published poems and stories widely in literary journals such as Nimrod, Northwest Review, and The Massachusetts Review. Prizes include The Betsy Colquitt Award from descant, the Editor's Choice from Beacon Street Review, and a First Prize from Glimmer Train. She is a 2008 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellow in fiction, and a 2004 Finalist in Poetry. As Writer in Residence for Forbes Library (Northampton, Mass.), she is founder of public forums on contemporary poetry and other programs for writers. She holds a MM in Music from Boston University. She has been a chamber music performer, piano teacher, and equestrian. FOURTH WORLD is her first collection. Author City: LEEDS, MA USA