Professor and poet Greg Moglia will be speaking and signing copies of his new collection of poetry, Lost, But Making Good Time.
What people are saying about Lost, But Making Good Time:
Greg Moglia’s range in Lost, But Making Good Time is remarkable. He moves seamlessly from a fierce italian family saga to poems concerning the modern mature man seeking love in our internet dating world. But whatever subject Moglia takes on, his voice remains unflinchingly honest, intelligent, and philosophical. I can’t think of another male poet writing with such candor about what it’s like to be a senior single man in our internet dating society.
-Laura Boss, author: Flashlight
Greg Moglia’s book, Lost, But Making Good Time, is an exploration of growing older and of the solace offered by love. It is full of self-deprecating humor and telling details. These poems are moving and powerful in their willingness to take risks and to be vulnerable; it explores the myth of masculinity by which too many men try to live their lives. These poems are wonderful!
-Maria Mazziotti Gillan, winner, American Book Award
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