Gail Mazur

Gail Mazur

Gail Mazur is the author of six books of poems, including Zeppo's First Wife (2005), winner of the Massachusetts Book Prize; They Can’t Take That Away from Me (2001), finalist for the National Book Award; and, in 2011, Figures in a Landscape, all published by the University of Chicago Press. Her seventh collection, Forbidden City, is forthcoming. She founded the Blacksmith House Poetry Series and was director of the series for many years. Distinguished Writer in Residence in the Emerson College MFA program, she was a fellow in poetry at the Radcliffe Institute in 2008-9 and serves on the Writing Committee of the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, where she also teaches in the summer program.

"Family Crucible"

Poetry
September 17, 2015

"The Weskit"

Poetry
April 1, 1997

"The Acorn"

Poetry
September 1, 1992