Books by Eleanor Lerman

THE STARGAZER'S EMBASSY by Eleanor Lerman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 18, 2017

"An unfortunately muffled novel about coming to terms, on various levels, with one's place in the universe."
A novel that combines the looming shadow of an unhappy mother-daughter relationship with breathless accounts of alien abduction. Read full book review >
RADIOMEN by Eleanor Lerman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 31, 2015

"Without a streamlined plot to push it along, Lerman's novel feels torn between relishing the fun of its more outlandish components and clutching at an adult refusal of wonder."
Combining curiously disparate elements including radios, dogs, aliens and a religious cult, poet Lerman (Strange Life, 2014, etc.) pulls together a novel about a woman rediscovering how to find interest in her own life.Read full book review >
STRANGE LIFE by Eleanor Lerman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 4, 2014

"A bold but often nebulous collection that's not too interested in the specifics."
The mundane staples of modern life take on startling new meaning in Lerman's (The Sensual World Re-remerges, 2010, etc.) inventive, ruminative book of poems. Read full book review >
THE MYSTERY OF METEORS by Eleanor Lerman
Released: July 15, 2001

"An amusing and wise collection—and a welcome return."
Most readers will be unfamiliar with Lerman's poems—over 25 years have passed since her last collection was published—but this volume promises to win over many new fans and gratify older ones. Read full book review >