Back in March, I mentioned that I was reading Mark Scroggins’s new biography of Louis Zukofsky, The Poem of a Life. Mark and his family came over to our home for a dinner party a couple of months ago and he saw that I’d only gotten a couple hundred pages in. He said “that’s aContinue reading “The Poem of a Life”
Robert Lee Brewer asked around on Facebook for some advice on writing a bio for a poetry submission. I responded, and he included my comments here if you’re interested. My standard opening joke is included in there.
A couple of days ago at Sadly, No, Mister Leonard Pierce looked at some responses to the National Review Onine’s symposium on books. To the question “If there were only one book on conservatism you could recommend to a newcomer, what would it be and why?” Richard Brookheiser answered “The Complete Poetry of Robert Frost.Continue reading “I guess I can see that”