#1732: Maggie Smith "Goldenrod" | The Book Show

September 28, 2021 00:27:41
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#1732: Maggie Smith "Goldenrod" | The Book Show
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Pushcart Prizewinning poet Maggie Smith gained star status with her breakout bestseller “Keep Moving: Notes on Loss, Creativity, and Change.” Now with “Goldenrod,” Smith returns to her original craft with a powerful collection of poems that explore parenthood, solitude, love, and memory.

Photo courtesy of Atria/One Signal Publishers.

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