Cumulus describes itself as a ‘Collected Poems’, and though it isn’t quite that – far too many good poems from the earlier volumes have been omitted – there is a strong sense of cumulation and self-evaluation about it: it is a lot more than a set of copied contents pages sent to a publisher. And it is satisfying that the result, thanks to the high design standards of John Leonard Press, is physically the most attractive of Gray’s books.
Robert Gray: Cumulus
Cumulus: Collected Poems
by Robert Gray
John Leonard Press, $32.95 pb, 355 pp, 9780980852356
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