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ISBN (paperback): 978-1-932870-51-0
About the Book
In these remarkable poems, Philip Terman explores the meaning of being a Jew in America. Personal and family history, prayer, religious exploration, and political invective are invoked in a powerful journey through the heart of America.
The speaker in this collection manages to combine the melancholy and the sensuous, to grieve and to celebrate, and to augment his old-world faith with gentle paganism.
— Leslie Ullman, POETRY
About the Author
Philip Terman is the author of four full-length collections of poetry including Rabbis of the Air and The Torah Garden, both published by Autumn House Press. A professor of English at Clarion State University, Terman lives with his wife Christine Hood and their two children in a renovated nineteenth century schoolhouse in Grove City, Pennsylvania.