EssayBy Ben Libman
Marie Uguay’s meteoric rise was cut short, but her work marks a turning point in Canadian poetry.
EssayBy Gillian White
More Anon charts Maureen N. McLane’s career-long ambivalence toward the Romantic canon.
EssayBy Lucy Ives
Three books memorialize the creative gestalt around Bolinas, California.
EssayBy Sophie Pinkham
Osip Mandelstam's tender nostalgia ran counter to an era of ruthless modernity.
EssayBy Albert Mobilio
A posthumous volume from John Ashbery troubles the line between finished and incomplete.
EssayBy Sasha Frere-Jones
Michael Robbins makes music from pop myths.
EssayBy Kathleen Rooney
Susana Thénon’s poems of deeply lyrical protest.
EssayBy Christopher Spaide
In James Merrill’s gossipy letters, anything goes.
EssayBy Ryan Ruby
For Robert Walser, writing was an epic journey into the miniature.
EssayBy Jennifer Krasinski
Amy Gerstler’s Index of Women is a chorus of voices evoking womanhood.