“Michael Cantor’s poems in Furusato weave a mesmerizing story, a black-and-white film, that takes us to Japan, Manhattan, Santa Fe, and unnamed foreign cities, following a sometimes there, sometimes not urbane mystery man who is at home everywhere, and therefore nowhere. Furusato means ‘where my people lived, the place /that we are from; my ancestors lie here,’ and Cantor explores this theme beautifully and hauntingly. Read more --Midge Goldberg