Seven Stories Press

Works of Radical Imagination

Open-uri20160317-55734-1mmpzt2-f_feature

Asleep in the Garden includes ninety-seven poems, many of which have appeared in the New Yorker, the Times Literary Supplement (London), the New York Times, the New Republic, Dissent, Tikkun, and Poetry International.

Open-uri20160317-55734-1mmpzt2-f_feature

Buying options

“It is time to celebrate the singular beauty and power of Stanley Moss's poetry. He is a citizen of the world, both past and present, one who seems to have been everywhere and missed nothing. These are poems, out of the fullness of life, that impress me as being all at once deep, strange, loving, bountiful, and a joy to read … The damp genius of mortality presides.”

“A highly original poet.”

Output-f_feature

Born in New York City, Stanley Moss was educated at Trinity College and Yale University. He has been writing poetry for over a half-century. In addition, Moss is a private art dealer specializing in Italian and Spanish old masters, as well as the publisher and editor of The Sheep Meadow Press, a non-profit publishing house devoted to poetry. Moss lives in Clintondale and River Corners, New York.