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Posts Tagged ‘Frederick Seidel’
The Troubling Power of Frederick Seidel’s Work February 16, 2016: At the New Yorker, Dan Chiasson considers the sixteenth collection of poetry by Frederick Seidel, Widening Income Inequality (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). “To encounter a poem by Seidel is . [...]
Black Lives Matter: A Roundup of Worthy Reads November 25, 2014: In the wake of the Michael Brown grand jury non-indictment, this poetry-news day is a slow one. Or is it? Some links we feel might be worth a moment of your time: 1. Audre Lorde’s [...]
Nick Cave Likes Poetry, Is a ‘Berryman Nut’ September 16, 2014: Suh-weet! Who knew?! The dashing ranconteur behind Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and a plethora of other musical incarnations LOVES poetry. Especially, John Berryman. Nick Cave is best known for his [...]
But Sexism Matters: Calling Out Frederick Seidel on Rachel Kushner Review July 16, 2013: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Nicholas Miriello takes Frederick Seidel to task for the poet’s recent review of Rachel Kushner’s “widely lauded novel” The Flamethrowers, [...]
Apparently the Best Poet We Have Is Frederick Seidel September 5, 2012: The Chicago Tribune, in its “Life Lessons” section, has published a feature on the poet Frederick Seidel, entitled “Frederick Seidel’s Sordid Glory.” Huh. Michael [...]
Don’t Wax the Poem April 1, 2010: Nerdiness is flashing a full frontal when you haven’t waxed and aren’t really an exhibitionist.