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“Obscurity comes when the poet is still at the stage of learning how to use the language”: T.S. Eliot on the Art of Poetry.
Ignoring the Golfers: a portfolio of the eastern Long Island painters, including Jackson Pollock, Willem De Kooning, and Lee Krasner.
Stories by Terry Southern and Alexander Trocchi. Poems by Geoffrey Hill, Daryl Hine, and Ted Hughes.
Georgia McKinley, The Crime
Terry Southern, Grand Guy Grand
Alexander Trocchi, from Cain's Book
T. S. Eliot, The Art of Poetry No. 1 Full Text
Stephen Berg, The Dead's Locale
Robert Bly, What We Have Inherited From the Intellectual Leadership of New England
Robert Bly, Salute To All the Countries which Helped Franco
Catherine Davis, The New Year’s Burden Full Text
Catherine Davis, What Does It Mean?
Robert Davis, Daily
Peter Everwine, To My Father's Ghost
Robert Greenwood, California Landscape
Geoffrey Hill, Canticle For Good Friday
Geoffrey Hill, Requiem For Plantagenet Kings
Geoffrey Hill, The Guardians
Geoffrey Hill, Two Formal Elegies
Daryl Hine, The Charms of Circe
John Hollander, Eclogue I
Ted Hughes, Crow Hill
Peter Levi S.J., L'Aurore Grelottante
Donald Peterson, Going Back
David Ray, All the Spring Babies
Mark Roskill, Chateau de Villandry
Vern Rutsala, Thorpe, Nurmi, Ruth
Louis Simpson, The Boarder
W.G. van Keuren, 'Morning Beach,' Acapulco