New England Mobile Book Fair is thrilled to be welcoming back award winning poet, Zvi Sesling for the launch of his new book War Zones.

The launch will be taking place on Thursday, August 23 from 6-8pm.
It will include reading, Q &A, and signing

Light refreshments provided.

“Like looking down, past one’s toes, over the precipice and into the abyss, Zvi Sesling’s new book, War Zones, rivets its readers’ attention with Spar- tan purpose and imagistic clarity. His notions of war and its insidious causes and calamitous effects strip away the patent falseness of martial glory and highlight instead the inglorious detritus and detail of sundered limbs and damaged psyches. Warmongers should avoid this book.”— Dennis Daly, author of Pantoums

Zvi A. Sesling is the Poet Laureate of Brookline, MA and a prize winning poet. He has been published widely in print and online nationally and internationally. Sesling is Editor of Muddy River Poetry Review, publishes Muddy River Books and reviews for the Boston Small Press and Poetry Scene. Sesling has been a featured reader at the Boston National Poetry Festival and the Massachusetts Poetry Festival. Sesling has been nominated four times for a Pushcart Prize and was awarded First Prize in the Rueben Rose International Poetry Competition. He is author of three volumes of poetry, The Lynching of Leo Frank (Big Table Publishing Co, 2017), Fire Tongue (Červena Barva Press, 2016), and King of the Jungle, (Ibbetson St. Press, 2010) as well as two chapbooks Love Poems From Hell (Flutter Press, 2017) and Across Stones of Bad Dreams (Červena Barva Press, 2011). He has taught at Suffolk University, Emerson College and Boston University.

We are at 241 Needham Street, Newton Upper Falls.

From 128/I-95:  Take Exit 19 B and follow the road you exit on to for approximately a half mile.  We are on the left hand side in Marshalls Plaza.  In addition to Marshalls we share the parking lot with CVS and Newton Warehouse Wines & Spirits. We are right between them.


We are now open at our new location at 241 Needham Street.  That's just down the road from the old place. Check our Facebook page for frequent updates.