Kent Johnson’s Disguised Pronunciamento | Essay

1967. I’d been sent to collect Charles Olson from the Ithaca airport for a poetry convocation in nearby Cortland, New York. At twenty, I’d...
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Friday Pick: George F. Butterick

Butterick's poetry, while often open-ended, shows a wit and a lust for life that is rare in much of the poetry of his era.

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