Things That Keep and Do Not Change | Poetry
"Musgrave writes from the edge of experience, where death looms large and sanity is threatened The gutsiness that has come to be associated with her work is evident in these poems that protest life’s inequities. Difficulties are faced squarely, however, as speakers come to the lucid realization that they are but amateurs in the art of day-to-day living. Out of private struggles with alcohol, drugs, and sex emerges the hard-won knowledge that “something glorious comes,” even in the moment of death."
—Ruth Panofsy, Quill & Quire
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