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Paris Review - Robert Creeley, The Art of Poetry No. 10
This is a composite interview. It combines two separate discussions with Robert Creeley—held at different times, and conducted by two different interviewers: Linda Wagner and Lewis MacAdams, Jr. The questions specifically devoted to the poet’s craft were put to Robert Creeley by Linda Wagner. She refers to the exchange as a “colloquy”—a term that Creeley insisted on because (as he put it) her questions were “active in their own assumptions … We are talking together.” She began the exchange at the 1963 Vancouver poetry sessions, continued it at Creeley’s 1964 Bowling Green, Ohio, reading, and finished it in August 1965, at the poet’s home in New Mexico.
robertcreeley  poetry  theparisreview  artofpoetry  writing  literature  interviews 
june 2017 by brendanmcfadden
Poet Jack Gilbert's Days of Triumph and Loss
Though his brain has been diminished by disease, his 'Collected Poems,' released this year, reminds us of the writer's high place in American poetry.
latimes  jackgilbert  poetry 
november 2012 by brendanmcfadden

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