To Be Read in 500 Years (Paperback)
So often (let's be honest here) we poets
will invent dreams, for our own strategic purposes.
But this one is real, and one of the few
I remember. I awoke in the future.
About the Author
Albert Goldbarth is the author of twenty-five collections of poetry, including "The Kitchen Sink: New and Selected Poems 1972 2007." He has twice won the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry. He lives in Wichita, Kansas."
Albert Goldbarth is a poet of remarkable gifts—a dazzling virtuoso who can break your heart.” —Joyce Carol Oates
“Albert Goldbarth just may be the American poet of his generation for the ages. Often humorous but always serious, Goldbarth combines erudite research, pop-culture fanaticism, and personal anecdote in ways that make his writings among the most stylistically recognizable in the literary world.” —Judith Kitchen, The Georgia Review
“In thirty-five years of writing, Albert Goldbarth has amassed a body of work as substantial and intelligent as that of anyone in his generation.” —William Doreski, The Harvard Review