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February 28, 2017

Hall Mirror

Gail Mazur

About This Poem


"I'm not usually conscious of glancing in the mirror daily on my way out the door, still sometimes I'm stopped by what I see there. The old mirror, reflecting its histories of aspiration, immigration, injustice—my family were Rosenbergs, too—and ecstasy, 'arrested' me one cold morning—and triggered 'Hall Mirror.'"
—Gail Mazur


Gail Mazur is the author of Forbidden City (University of Chicago Press, 2016). She is a Visiting Professor in the MFA Program at Boston University and splits her time between Cambridge and Provincetown, Massachusetts.


Photo credit: Debi Milligan 


Poetry by Mazur


Forbidden City

(University of Chicago Press, 2016) 

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Hall Mirror by Gail Mazur