By Cole Krawitz
The Cantakerous, Compelling Musings of Poet Bert Meyers
In a Dybbuk’s Raincoat: Collected Poems by Bert Meyers, edited by Daniel Meyers University of New Mexico Press, 295 pages, $24.95. Bert Meyers is what some might call “a poet from the bones.” Meyers, a lyric poet, a proletarian poet, a poet who deplored any and all attempts to categorize a poet, creates work that…
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