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4:30 Movie: Poems 1st Edition
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“Truly inspired…4:30 Movie is a stunning, playful, searing, healing collection that will enlarge the reader and revive something crucial in American poetry.”
- Tracy K. Smith, US poet laureate
“[These poems] are extraordinary―electric with anxiety, smart, witty, constantly turning on themselves…I love this book.”
- Marie Howe, author of Magdalene
“4:30 Movie is a fiercely energetic collection, thematically and formally unified…The intensity of this book is something new, as the speaker confronts the terrifying and unstoppable progress of her sister’s illness, and watches her own grief, the gestures she makes to try to ward off fear and loss, and her own distractibility…Formally, Masini has reimagined the way her poems work, and the results are thrilling, and often startling.”
- Mark Doty, author of Deep Lane
“The poems in this new volume are not only Masini’s most formally adventurous and inventive, they are also her most compelling…4:30 Movie has the hallmarks of a capstone work.”
- Lynn Emanuel, author of The Nerve of It
About the Author
Donna Masini is the author of three collections of poetry and a novel. She was awarded the Barnard Women Poets Prize, a Pushcart Prize, a fellowship with the New York Foundation for the Arts, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. She teaches at Hunter College and lives in New York City.
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