The Los Angeles Times praises Carruth the farmer.
The Concord Monitor says, "No poet knew the hardships of northern New England as personally as Hayden Carruth."
Paste Magazine praises Carruth's jazz vernacular.
Vermont Public Radio claims Carruth for the Northeast Kingdom.
'Why don't you write a poem that will prepare me for your death?"
The New York Times calls Carruth "one of the most wide-ranging and intellectually ambitious poets of his generation."
The Washington Post praises Carruth's work "from the grandly formal to the bluntly vernacular."
"Everything Billy Collins claims to be, Carruth actually was," says Paul Constant.
A jazz tribute to Carruth in Vermont.
Remembering Carruth remembering Ray.
Travis Nichols is the author of two books of poetry: Iowa (2010, Letter Machine Editions) and See Me Improving (2010); and he is the author of two novels: Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder (2012) and The More You Ignore Me (2013). He has contributed to The Believer, Paste, The...