Cinder by Bruce Bond
“In this, his most intricately composed book, his most important yet, Bruce Bond has achieved a sonorous grandeur.”—Bin Ramke
“With the luminous precision of music, Bruce Bond has crafted, in Cinder, a generous and urgent collection of poems, a work that celebrates the human condition and terrifies us with it in equal measure. The result is a book of poems weighted with dark vision, set loose. Bruce Bond is one of our generation’s best poets, and this is his best book.” —Laura Kasischke
Read an excerpt from Cinder.
About the Author
Bruce Bond is the author of eight previous books of poetry including, most recently, The Visible (LSU, 2012), Peal (Etruscan, 2009), and Blind Rain (Finalist, The Poets Prize; LSU, 2008). Presently he is Regents Professor of English at the University of North Texas and Poetry Editor for American Literary Review.
Find out more about Bruce Bond on his author page.