Cherene Sherrard’s Grimoire a New York Times New & Noteworthy

September 24, 2020

Grimoire Front CoverAutumn House is thrilled to share that Cherene Sherrard‘s newest poetry collection, Grimoire, has been featured in the New York Times‘s New & Noteworthy Poetry! Of the recent release, the New York Times notes:

Evoking a mother’s love for a son “disabled by life’s whimsy,” these appealingly down-to-earth poems cite everything from Shakespeare’s sonnets to “Gilligan’s Island” to African-American history.

View the full list of “New & Noteworthy Poetry, From the Ancient Greeks to Billy Collins” in its entirety here.

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