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The Pedestal Magazine reviews new collection by Lenore Weiss

C.L. Bledsoe’s review of Lenore Weiss‘s new book Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island for The Pedestal Magazine looks at Weiss’s opening poem in the collection, “Tech Notes,” which is a dialogue between the writer’s phone call with tech support and the internal voice remembering her deceased parents. This poem really is masterful. […]

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Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island

In Cutting Down the Last Tree on Easter Island, award-winning poet Lenore Weiss embodies the themes of loss, transformation and re-invention that are integral to life and to her work. Poems celebrate the author’s Jewish Hungarian upbringing. Survival, negotiation, and migration play a vital role in these poems about family and love.

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