Today's poem is "Echoing Canto of the Gleaners (Inferno)"

from The Manhattan Review

John Kinsella is a leading poet of Australia. Two of his books, from Norton, are Peripheral Light: New and Selected Poems and Arcadia. His most recent work of poetry is Divine Comedy: Journeys Through a Regional Geography (Norton, September, 2008). He teaches part of the year at Kenyon College, in Ohio.

All the poems by John Kinsella that have appeared on Verse Daily:
April 11, 2008:   "First Counter-clockwise Canto of the Möbius Strip" " Some days the attraction of outdoors is so overwhelming..."
March 11, 2008:   "Canto of the Workshop" "As when they discover that the collective..."
January 9, 2008:   "Canto of the Examination (24: Eighth Sphere)" "The huntsman lies low..."

Books by John Kinsella:

Other poems on the web by John Kinsella:
"Recognition Failure Horror"
Two poems
Six poems
"And Everyone Gathered In Objection Yet Again"
Five poems
Two poems
Nine poems
Two poems

John Kinsella's Home Page.

John Kinsella according to Wikipedia.

About The Manhattan Review:

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Editor: Philip Fried
Other poems by The Manhattan Review in Verse Daily:
April 19, 2009:   "Sunday Morning" by Kathryn Simmonds
April 18, 2009:   "Isle Au Haut" by D. Nurkse
April 17, 2009:   "Sand" by Bruce Bond
March 13, 2008:   "Coligny" by D. Nurske
March 11, 2008:   "Canto of the Workshop" by John Kinsella

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