Barry Moser's wood engravings are eloquent commentaries on the characters of the
writers, musicians, artists, and other notables who have been his subjects
across the past few decades. His portraits—100 of which are collected and
beautifully reproduced here—are telling visions of complexity and attention.
From John Keats to e. e. cummings, Charles Dickens to Joyce Carol Oates, Moser's
faces speak volumes.
March 7: "Corporate America now desperately needs the powers associated with the poetic imagination not only to see its way through the present whirligig of change, but also, because poetry asks for accountability..."