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Posts Tagged ‘New York Review of Books’

Charles Simic Remembers the Salad Days With Mark Strand January 27, 2015: Wow: Charles Simic writes about Mark Strand for the New York Review of Books blog. Strand, who died in November, was one of Simic’s oldest friends: “Having known him for forty-six years, [...] by

Helen Vendler Reviews Lucie Brock-Broido for NYRB January 20, 2015: At the New York Review of Books, Helen Vendler explains it all: Lucie Brock-Broido’s poetry is “imaginative beyond the usual notions of that word.” More in this review of [...] by

An Italian Art Deco? The New York Review of Books on Guggenheim’s Futurism Show June 12, 2014: Jonathan Galassi writes for The New York Review of Books about the current exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum, Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe, which runs through September. [...] by

Love for Sale in the Form of Poetry Books March 17, 2014: Over at New York Review of Books, Dan Chiasson gives his take on three new titles: American Songbook, by Michael Ruby (Ugly Duckling Presse); Go Giants, by Nick Laird (Norton); and Nothing by Design, [...] by

Charles Simic: “I don’t know of anything more disheartening than the sight of a shut down library” May 18, 2011: Writing for The New York Review of Books, Charles Simic looks out across the depressing cultural landscape as libraries close from coast to coast. It’s not just the state and local budgets to [...] by

Roberto Bolaño steals this book March 28, 2011: The New York Review of Books features an essay from the collection Between Parentheses: Essays, Articles and Speeches (1998–2003) by Roberto Bolaño and translated by Natasha Wimmer. Bolaño [...] by