Poetry by Jack Marshall
June 13, 2017 • 6 x 9 • 112 Pages • 978-1-56689-469-2
Lyrical, activist poetry rooted in a deep appreciation for family, for love, and for beauty.
Jack Marshall draws linkages between past, present, and future to advocate for appreciating what we have, and being better stewards of it.
About the Author
Jack Marshall was born in Brooklyn to Jewish parents who emigrated from Iraq and Syria and now lives in California. He is the author of the memoir From Baghdad to Brooklyn and several poetry collections that have received the PEN Center USA Literary Award, two Northern California Book Awards, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a nomination from the National Book Critics Circle.