Tarn’s poetry redefines nature and art for human culture, bringing a genuine psychological and linguistic curiosity about the human mind, about what it means to be human.

—Brenda Hillman, Jacket

A new collection by America’s internationalist poet—“a vision both original and universal” (Octavio Paz)

Gondwana

Poetry by Nathaniel Tarn

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Paperback (published June 27, 2017)

ISBN
9780811225021
Price US
15.95
Price CN
21.95
Trim Size
6x9
Page Count
144

Ebook (published June 27, 2017)

ISBN
9780811225038

Nathaniel Tarn

Contemporary franco-american poet, translator and critic

Tarn’s poetry redefines nature and art for human culture, bringing a genuine psychological and linguistic curiosity about the human mind, about what it means to be human.

—Brenda Hillman, Jacket

While poetry is narrowing its concerns, Tarn risks a scale epic enough to contain mountains and oceans. He keeps his lines of communication open to more than one life form, with a prophetic sureness of direction.

—Geoffrey O’Brien, Village Voice