Author Signed Copy, First Edtion. Of Grasslands
, Allen Ginsberg wrote "Jim Cohn has good imagination and direct perception, facts, details, Whitmanic ambition; his poems are inventive, profuse, concise, improvisational, playful with "hearts as tender as the inside of red roses."
Robert Creeley described this collection of poems as follows: "Again and again these poems make clear the possibility of a common world. They feel often a complex anger at the wastes we insist upon as our need. But they are primarily a compassionate and preceptive recognition that we live here, here and now, and that all are included." Writers & Books Publications, Rochester, 1994.
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