A Tribute to James Tate
Gail Mazur wrote a tribute to poet James Tate at
You can read Gail’s tribute to the late poet here.

May 8, 2016
Piercing Clarity: Gail Mazur’s Poetry
by John Yau

Poetry Daily
April 5, 2012
Gail Mazur’s Poetry Month Pick
To Giovanni da Pistoia “When the Author Was Painting the Vault of the Sistine Chapel” (1509)
by Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475 – 1564)
translated from the Italian by Gail Mazur

The Rumpus
The Last Poem I Loved: “Figures in a Landscape” by Gail Mazur
by Alexis Orgera, August 2nd, 2011

On the Seawall, a literary website by Ron Slate
On Figures in a Landscape, poems by Gail Mazur

Provincetown Arts Magazine
” Michael and Gail Mazur first appeared in our pages in 1990, when Provincetown Arts published “Common Ground: A Collaboration,” featuring four poems by Gail and two spreads of Michael’s intertwining monotypes, connecting paired poems with surrounding foliage, as if the poems appeared in successive windows looking out upon a garden. The Mazurs, who had recently purchased a house in Provincetown, had been, for many years, spending summers in Mashpee, overlooking Wakeby Pond, the largest body of fresh water on Cape Cod.”
— by Christopher Busa

COVER FEATURE – Gail Mazur, from Provincetown Arts Magazine
“Becoming a Poet”
by Lloyd Schwartz
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Saving Haiti with Poems, By Zoë Slutzky
Mother Jones
Wed, Dec 8, 2010

Labor Pains
Michelangelo’s poem about the awkward parturition of the Sistine Chapel.
By Robert Pinsky, Jan 2010

Gail Mazur Reads At Radcliffe, By Sarah Sweeney
Harvard Gazette
Harvard News Office
Thursday, April 9, 2009

The Washington Post
Poet’s Choice
By Robert Pinsky
Sunday, December 18, 2005