Book summary: Less of Her


Whether she is "lost in space" among the "forbidden planets" or staking her claim at "ground zero," Paula McLain writes with an alert sense of place and self. Less of Her is a cosmology of touch and warning--of erotic entanglements and the complex grace and waste wrought from nurturing those relationships. Few poets in their first books are so able to balance irony with glad acceptance. I much admire the crispness of her technique and the adroit result of her aggregate vision.

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