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M. L. Weber - Editor's Page

Comments from reviewers:

". . . a gentle-voiced shaper of distilled and fleeting 
impressions; he is a poet, moreover, who has a uniquely
intuitive sense of enoughness."
- Publisher's Weekly "The lines are clean; the elusive yet (one feels) honest
tracking of the emotions comes through in poem after poem.
Weber is on course."
- Library Journal

". . . very moving and full of grace (human). Weber's powers
for me are in his ability to handle an incremental flux of
detail . . . the shorter poems have a strong, almost 'flat,'
clarity of perception."
- Robert Creeley "The long poem, 'Oikos,' is magnificent."
- Joel Oppenheimer

"We are given indelible flashes into a multi-faceted but
comprehensible sphere. . . . His poems have the charged response
of pointillist painting: the specks of color, shades of meaning
delineating the luminous reality."
- Mary Sweeney

". . . strong, clear, full of that inner greet which we all
as readers need."
- Muriel Rukeyser (judge of the International
Poetry Forum's U.S. Award, who choose 48 Small
Poems from a group of 1300 manuscripts)

Here's to you, for visiting my page

For a sampler of recent poetry or to order books, e-mail:

MISC at SugarMule and the usual DOT and then the COM

Or, for an online view of my first two books of poetry, you may
visit Karl Young's Light and Dust anthology.

Or, a view of a current work in progress

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