Articles By CYNTHIA HAVEN
- “Time Took My Leafy Hours Away”
Stanley Kunitz, former U.S. poet laureate and mentor to generations of poets, dies.
- Kitchen Ants and Everyday Epiphanies
For Jane Hirshfield, every action is a form of judgment.
- Risk, Try, Revise, Erase
Polish poet Adam Zagajewski on his growing fame, his past as a political activist, and his desire to see the world as if from outer space.
- The Doubter and the Saint
At a fateful moment, Czeslaw Miłosz crossed paths with a controversial Polish priest, later martyred in World War II. The little-known encounter and its aftermath illuminate the Nobel laureate’s life and work.