Saturn is Mostly Weather

Selected & Uncollected Poems



By: Gene Frumkin
Gene Frumkin’s poetics are complex and open-ended, international in perspective; they embrace a wide variety of influences, ranging from Yiddish (his first language) to the contemporary workings of the Language poets. But his poems also maintain as insistence on the Southwestern influence, in particular, the importance of place and narrative in the poem.
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Gene Frumkin's poetics are complex and open-ended

Gene Frumkin's poetics are complex and open-ended, international in perspective; they embrace a wide variety of influences, ranging from Yiddish (his first language) to the contemporary workings of the Language poets. But his poems also maintain as insistence on the Southwestern influence, in particular, the importance of place and narrative in the poem.

1 review for Saturn is Mostly Weather

  1. Michael McClure
    “Gene Frumkin shows us new things about the possibilities of intelligence infusing poetry; the real stuff of life: dogs, dreams, salmon, tricycles and ravines near Taos stand beside one another in luminous poems.”

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