Jeremy Axelrod is a writer living in New York. He has written articles for Parnassus, the New York Sun, Commentary Magazine, and other publications. His poetry has appeared in Parnassus and the Yale Review. He is also the assistant editor of Contemporary Poetry Review. He lives in the East Village.
Articles By JEREMY AXELROD
- Phantoms of the Opera
They're rarely at the top of the bill, but a few contemporary poets find themselves in-demand librettists.
- Philip Larkin: “An Arundel Tomb”
Does a notoriously grumpy poet believe in everlasting love?
- Thomas Hardy: “The Shadow on the Stone”
After the poet lost his wife, he found his voice.