I was struck by the directness of Panofsky’s poems, their unobtrusive craft and openness. They welcome the reader into a world that is deeply felt and finely imagined. “Mourning a Father,” a sequence in which Panofsky works her way through grief toward a legacy of affection, is especially moving.
Kenneth Sherman, author of The Well: New and Selected Poems
Broadcast on 10 May 2004; 12 August 2004; 4 January 2006
Boy in Motion