In September 2019 I returned to the Huntington Library, in San Marino, CA, to participate in a conference on the correspondence of Wallace Stevens. I had begun to work in the Stevens archive in 1982. My visits — several extended — to this magnificent archive (with its library, its botanical...
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My favorite recordings of poems for January 2020 — from the PennSound archive: Claudia Rankine, “A Thing” Charles Olson, “Letter 14” Ted Pearson, “Hard Science” Wallace Stevens, “The Poem That Took the Place of a Mountain”
I was pleased to publish an essay-review of Joan Richardson’s book How to Live. What to Do: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Wallace Stevens (University of Iowa Press, 2018), in the January 22, 2019 winter issue of American Literary History. He is a PDF copy of the review.
I’m pleased to announce that a Wallace Stevens discussion group has just formed in ModPo—moderated by Sanjeev Naik. Click HERE to go directly to the discussion. If you are not enrolled in ModPo yet (it’s free), click HERE to enroll.