Cynthia Gralla

  KUSAMA YAYOI: POP GOES THE DISEASE   Is it possible to thrive while sick? To live large not in spite of one’s illness but because...
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In Memoriam: Richard Wilbur, 1921–2017

A lot of poets jumped to attention when Ezra Pound instructed them to make it new. Wilbur’s stance seems wilfully retrograde, sailing back against the current. ... Yet his work shows us that there are other ways to be of our own time. Closed forms can enable and embody chaos, sometimes more instructively than experimental approaches.

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