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Poetry & Poets in Rags of July 2

Postby rus bowden » Tue Jul 02, 2013 1:47 pm

Dear Poetry Aficionados,

Poetry & Poets in Rags blog

This week, we bounce back and forth from Europe to the US. Not completely. We still have Great Regulars Luisetta Mudie, Caravan and Granta keeping us more worldly than that. But we begin with a look at Gertrude Stein looking at France. We end Great Regulars with The Times Literary Supplement giving us an E.E. Cummings poem.

In between, themes develop. One takes place in News at Eleven, and has to do with posthumous publications. Frieda Hughes will be putting out a book of her mother Sylvia Plath's drawings. Christopher Tolkien has a book out of his father's not even half complete The Fall of Arthur. Noah Cruickshank, who writes the Tolkien article, questions whether J.R.R.'s son should have. And James Agee's Cotton tenants has been published.

After the dozens of articles linked to in News at Eleven and Great Regulars, be sure to scroll through our Poetic Obituaries section too. Thanks for clicking in.


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