“Faithful and Virtuous Night, ” the latest poetry collection by Louise Gluck, gives us 24 poems that seem to be small, beautiful movies.
A native of New York, Louise Gluck has written numerous books of poetry (including A Village Life: Poems, reviewed here last November), won the Pulitzer Prize and a host of other awards and prizes, and in 2003 became the U.S. Poet Laureate and the judge for the Yale Series of Younger Poets. In 2008, she […]
Louise Gluck’s poetry tells simple stories about farm workers, shop owners, the elderly, cats let out at night, teenagers falling in love and more.