To Slay the Dragon
|Author: ||Liveson, Jay|
This collection of poems reflect the observations of a neurologist. The topics range from medical problems, both patients' and personal, to questions of life and love. They range from philosophical to satirical and are written in styles spanning classic forms to modern free verse.
"I admire this lucid, vivid book very much. Jay Liveson has the ability to write poems that are, by turns, serious, funny, wild, intense, formal, free and always, always deeply human." - Thomas Lux
"I like the language, the strangeness, the complexity of life, the dark vision, and the portraits about aspects I find completely original." - Catherine Bowman