Daisy Fried is the author of Women's Poetry: Poems and Advice (2013), My Brother is Getting Arrested Again (2006) and She Didn’t Mean to Do It (2000), all from University of Pittsburgh Press. She was awarded Poetry’s Editors Prize for Feature Article in 2009.
Poems By DAISY FRIED
Articles By DAISY FRIED
- A Fusillade of Question Marks
Jasmine Donahay’s Self-portrait as Ruth, Ciaran Carson’s Collected Poems, Chelsey Minnis’s Poemland, and Peter Campion's The Lions.
- All My Pretty Hates
Reconsidering Charles Baudelaire.
- An Omnivorous Sign
The many modes of Michael Hofmann.
- Does Poetry Have a Social Function?
- Essay: Poetry On the Web
- Not Yet
Daisy Fried on Kenneth Fearing.
- Sing, God-awful Muse!
On Milton and the Nipple Nazi of Northampton.
- Specimen Days
Roy Fisher’s Selected Poems, Laura Kasischke’s Space, In Chains, and Susan Howe’s That This.
- Who Needs to Hear A Quagga’s Voice?
Two poets look past their bewilderment in a damaged world.
Audio & PodcastsPoetry Off the Shelf
What's a Man Doing in a Feminist Poem?
Listening to the work of Alicia Ostriker.