Interview with Mary Bonina by Lex Schroeder.
He has written ten books and more than one hundred articles, and has taught at a number of universities in Europe, North America, and Mexico.
I can sit there all day, if I want, in my bathrobe the neighbors from across the street looking down at me, from their upstairs apartment but eventually Woemen sex get up, water the plants, go back inside, and get dressed.
They have four adult children.
These are poems that peer into the abyss behind the official public happiness of American life, the compulsion to be always hopeful, positive and bubbling over with good spirits.
Motyl's wildly imaginative riff on a century of East European history is a must read.
I include myself in this collection, because I have always identified with that man and I see his ghost wherever I roam.
Poems in the Voice of My Mother and other Poems.
From dementia to child abuse to the disintegration of relationships, each subject is rendered with raw abandon as flirtatious remarks as an empathetic heart.