Table of Contents
- "My Father Was White but Not Quite"
During her father's legal battles in the civil-rights and McCarthy eras in Boston, poet Fanny Howe found her life's work studying the self, the natural world, and the 'fist of survival.'
- Beyond All This Fiddle
In a wide-ranging interview, Nobel Prize winning poet Heaney talks about the Avant-Garde, Robert Frost’s influence, poetic form, and "phonetic grunting from South Derry."
- "More Thinking and Less Streaming"
New books by Bidart, Stone, Gibbons and Boruch reviewed by Michael Robbins.