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Rachel Wetzsteon — I.M. 1967-2009

Rachel Wetzsteon

I.M. 1967-2009

 

 

David Yezzi

David Yezzi’s latest book of poems is Azores, a Slate best book of the year. He is the editor of The Swallow Anthology of New American Poets.

Rachel Wetzsteon

Rachel Wetzsteon

 

“A Way of Arriving” – Paying Tribute to Rachel Wetzsteon

“A Way of Arriving” – Paying Tribute to Rachel Wetzsteon

 

Grace-Notes: the Poetry of Andrew Waterman

Grace-Notes: the Poetry of Andrew Waterman

 

Gregory Dowling

Gregory Dowling grew up in Bristol, UK, and studied at Oxford University. Since 1979 he has lived in Italy; he is a professor of American literature at the University of Venice. Apart from his academic interests he has published four thrillers, set in England and Italy, and he has written and regularly updates the sightseeing pages for the Time Out Guide to Venice. His most recent publication is a guidebook to Byron's Venice.

With Alan in the Wilds

With Alan in the Wilds

 

      Bedrock

      Though I endure the shore
      Moorish villas
      bougainvilleas
      surely I love you more

      by waterfalls than fountains
      for our friendship
      came of hardship
      wandering the mountains.

From decomposition to dissolution: a reading of Thomas Hardy’s war poems

From decomposition to dissolution: a reading of Thomas Hardy’s war poems

Cristina Ceron

Cristina Ceron is an independent scholar in English Literature. She completed her Ph.D. at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice with a dissertation on Thomas Hardy’s poetry of memory. She lectured at the University of Verona for six years and took part in several national and international conferences. She has published extensively on Shakespeare, Keats, Byron, Gissing, Owen, Eliot, and of course on Hardy (The Hardy Review, X, 2009).

The Dark Pastorals of Robert Frost and Hayden Carruth

The Dark Pastorals of Robert Frost and Hayden Carruth

 

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