Category Archives: Joe Ceravolo

Tom Clark (1941-2018), the New York School, and the Paris Review

  Very sad news in the poetry world: the poet Tom Clark died this week at the age of 77 after being struck by a car while walking across a street in Berkeley, California.  A prolific and controversial writer, Clark … Continue reading

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The New York School, and more, in Louisville

  I’ve just gotten back from the very fun and stimulating Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900 (directed by the esteemed poetry scholar Alan Golding) which, this year at least, amply demonstrated that scholarly work devoted to the poets of the New York School … Continue reading

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Joseph Ceravolo’s Collected Poems, reviewed at Rain Taxi

The excitement surrounding the publication of Joseph Ceravolo’s Collected Poems (recently put out by Wesleyan) continues with a very positive review at Rain Taxi by Patrick James Dunagan.  (I recently wrote about Peter Riley’s review of the Ceravolo collection here). Dunagan writes … Continue reading

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Peter Riley on New York School poetry (Guest, Ceravolo, Schuyler)

             The British poet and critic Peter Riley has just published a very wide-ranging and insightful review essay on the New York School poets in the Forthnightly Review.  Riley discusses Barbara Guest’s Collected Poems (2008), the massive new Collected Poems of Joseph … Continue reading

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