Forthcoming: Fall 2020
Gillian Osborne hears "the sometimes desperate and often darkly humorous music of a late style" in Melville's poetry—thoughtful @BostonReview look at our HERMAN MELVILLE: COMPLETE POEMS.
Library of America offers grants to libraries to celebrate African American poetry
Samuel R. Delany: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Super-Nova
Edgar Allan Poe, “William Wilson”
“One backward glance” — Daniel H. Weiss on Michael O’Donnell and the tragic era of Vietnam
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