"There is a sad, sweet nostalgia in Holder's Eating Grief at 3 Am, a sense of loss and sadness for the places and the people who were a part of those scenes: the hunchback, the Tennessee William's half lost blondes, the turbaned men and the discarded move nostalgically through life. Yet Holder finds something almost like beauty or knowledge in the abandoned warehouses with weeds crawling to the roof. He imagines when Mrs. Plant, an old art teacher, was an enigmatic young woman 'feverishly taking notes about the paintings, a love note stuffed in a pocket of her winter coat.' There are always dreams, even if never fulfilled. There is so often the sense of time passing, of letting go-- letting go of people, letting go of Harvard Square Theater and the Wursthaus, balms that seemed like they would always be there. And they are and always will be in Holder's moving poems." - Lyn Lifshin, Author of Cold Comfort (Black Sparrow Press)
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