The Dust of Angels

by Harry Waitzman

$16.95

“Eclectic as the items in a pawn shop window, these poems are both disturbing and rollicking, as they capture a generous measure of the twists and turns that chartered a journey taken with passion and purpose.” — Dan Masterson

Format:  paperback

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“Harry Waitzman is an American original.” — Thomas Lux

“Harry Waitzman writes clean, well crafted, accessible poems. I admire the plainly spoken, unadorned poem and that’s what Waitzman consistentlty offers his readers.” — Martha Rhodes

“In his best poems Harry Waitzman’s a kind of surreal Jewish boulevadier[.]” — Mark Doty

“Eclectic as the items in a pawn shop window, these poems are both disturbing and rollicking, as they capture a generous measure of the twists and turns that chartered a journey taken with passion and purpose.” — Dan Masterson

Additional information

Weight .4 lbs
Dimensions 6 x .5 x 9 in

hwaitzman225Harry Waitzman, a retired judge living in Congers, NY, was raised on a farm in Rockland County. He attended the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia Law School, and Sarah Lawrence College, graduating with his MFA in 1993. His chapbook, Seven Views of Hudson’s River was published in 1987. His work has appeared in several literary journals. He and his wife Marcia have two children and six grandchildren.

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