Poets Grace Schulman and Jill Bialosky

 

We present poets Grace Schulman and Jill Bialosky recorded by Sag Harbor's Canios Books. 

Grace Schulman started by reading a poem by Emily Dickinson 

and she read from her latest collection "The Marble Bed"  

Next - Jill Bialosky reads from her poetry collection "Asylum"

and also a poem by Emily Dickinson

listen here (revised)

The poets read their work and discussed each others work in the complete recording - to be posted here soon.

Grace Schulman's collection "The Marble Bed" was published by Turtle Point Press in 2020.

Ms. Schulman is the editor of Mourning Songs: Poems of Sorrow and Beauty published in 2019 by New Directions.

 Grace Schulman’s earlier work includes the poetry collections

Without a Claim - 2013, The Broken String – 2007,

and a work of criticism "Maryann Moore: The Poetry of Engagement"- 1986

 

Jill Bialosky's  "Asylum: A Personal, Historical, Natural Inquiry in 103 Lyric Sections" was published by Knopf in 2020

Her other work includes Poetry Will Save Your Life - A Memoir from Atria Books in 2017

and History of a Suicide - My Sisters Unfinished Life from Simon & Schuster in 2012

 

 

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