Michael Cohen's essays on the reading life are a treatto read. Relaxed, personal, wide-ranging, they contain fascinating nuggets ofinformation and lively assessments of hundreds of books, as well as a whole life's worth of thoughtful rumination on time, love, travel,andfamily, as well as what it means to be, almostexistentially,a reader.
- Christina Thompson, Editor, Harvard Review
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About the Author
His essays � collected here in A Place to Read � have appeared in Harvard Review, Birding, The Humanist, The Missouri Review, and The Kenyon Review.
He is the author of five books, including an introductory poetry text, The Poem in Question (Harcourt Brace, 1983) and an award-winning book on Shakespeare�s Hamlet (Georgia, 1989).