Just when I despaired that new volumes of poetry had lost all shapeliness and music, along comes Arthur McMaster’s The Whole Picture Show, a panopticon of familial, social, and aesthetic experiences. I hear subtle notes of poets like Wallace Stevens and Donald Justice in certain phrasings and stanzaic arrangements — yet also a reverent irreverence for the subjects McMaster encounters that are his own lyric gift. — Stuart Dischel
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Date of Publication: 01/05/2021