The Enemies of Leisure

John Gery discusses his latest books, a collection of poems, The Enemies of Leisure, and a monograph, Nuclear Annihilation and Contemporary American Poetry. Publishers Weekly says that John Gery’s examination of the struggle between leisure and work through layers of old-fashioned lyricism, political metaphor and real-life contexts, rendered with an edgy, hard-won elegance, is cause for wry rejoicing.

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