Moraine by Joanna Fuhrman
Reviewed by Ellen Wehle
"I have on my shelf half a row of poetry books whose pages are tagged with yellow stickies. These are the pages that make each worth keeping, the poems I return to. One volume has survived numerous library-donation trips on the strength of a single poem: "The snake's / tongue, the first seducer / black and forked..." Read the entire Cincinnati Review review.