The Moon Reflected Fire

The Moon Reflected Fire

The Moon Reflected Fire

Of The Moon Reflected Fire and its subject, the Vietnam War, poet James Tate writes: "These are trenchant, wrenching poems. With artistry and honesty they perform an inquest into war and its corrosive after effects."

Review
"Doug Anderson is one of the bravest poets I know, utterly uncompromising. His language brims with compassion, rage, tenderness and pain. The Vietnam war is his primary subject, rendered here with a startling clarity of image and understanding, a wrenching intimacy born of experience. Anderson is cursed and blessed with memory, and his considerable poetic gift assures that we will not forget, either." -- Martin Espada

"Richard Burton said his father was famous as a miner because he could see the character of the coal. He would look at the face a bit, then hit it hard in the right spot, and tons of coal would fall down. I don't know if the story is true, but I know it's true of these poems about that war." -- Jack Gilbert

"These are trenchant, wrenching poems. With artistry and honesty they perform an inquest into war and its corrosive after effects." -- James Tate

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