As Robert Cording, author of Against Consolation andÂ Common Life says, âGary Fincke finds the words for that lone, long labor of our lives that shapes who we become and readies us for those moments when the âpossibility of happiness/surprise[s] us.âÂ He combines the empathy of Philip Levine for our ordinary lives and the thinking intelligence of Carl Dennis.Â His great gift, like Levineâs and Dennisâ, is the way he so casually connects his own life to those worlds, his poems always convincing the reader with their intelligence, with their subtle wit and humor, and with their deep feeling as they simultaneously strive for a history of permanence and comically acknowledge our human failures.â
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