Gail Mazur’s distinguished body of work reads as an irresolvable argument with herself, yet at its core it takes unabating delight in the enigmas of human relationships and its own contrariness. With her latest poetry collection, Land’s End, she evokes the past while writing from the firm ground of the present. Join us for this special evening that will include Gail Mazur reading a selection of her poems interwoven with a conversation with her friend and colleague, Megan Marshall, biographer of Margaret Fuller, the Peabody Sisters, and Elizabeth Bishop.
Gail Mazur’s new poetry collection Land’s End is available from the Concord Bookshop.
Donations are encouraged to support the Concord Museum’s Education initiatives.
This program is supported in part by the Sally Lanagan Fund.