- The Mooring of Starting Out: The First Five Books of Poetry by John Ashbery
- The Necessary Angel: Essays on Reality and the Imagination by Wallace Stevens
- Romanticism by April Bernard
- Savage Night by Jim Thompson
- Daydream Nation (33⅓:) by Matthew Stearns
- Rid of Me (33⅓:) by Kate Schatz
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From Bishop To Deane
“The Nit Pickers” is Ward Sutton’s new Drawn To Read (a book review in comic form) about the “centenary editions” of Elizabeth Bishop’s poems, prose, and correspondence with The New Yorker.
(I’m trying not to get excited over the title of Bishop’s “In The Village” for reasons that have little to do with her, although I was thrilled to have discovered a poet named Nichola Deane while looking for links about Bishop.)
Aside from an abiding interest in Romantic poetry (an area I’m currently pondering), Deane has nine blog entries about Nick Cave (she also has PJ Harvey‘s official site on her blogroll), once interviewed Clive James on F. Scott Fitzgerald, has a poem-cycle about Lee Miller in Jean Cocteau’s Blood of a Poet, and counts Bishop, Patti Smith, and Maya Deren among her triptych of influences. They’re certainly on mine, too.