Deeply engaged with life on a multitude of levels, Piercy has advocated for human rights as a key player in many of the major political battles of our time and has written passionately about themes essential to the progress of humanity. Piercy is the author of eighteen volumes of poetry, including The Art of Blessing the Day: Poems With a Jewish Theme; several non-fiction books, including the critically acclaimed memoir, Sleeping with Cats; and seventeen novels, including The New York Times Bestseller Gone To Soldiers, the National Bestsellers Braided Lives and The Longings of Women, and the classic Woman on the Edge of Time.
Of Piercy's The Hunger Moon, The Christian Science Monitor states, "[These] selected poems deserve to be read over and over because they work together beautifully and demonstrate the poet's considerable talent and skill. They also remind readers why Marge Piercy is a literary icon whose work and career are unmatched."
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