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Mark Halliday on Kenneth Koch and the “Fun of Being a Poet”

The poet and critic Mark Halliday, who has written several good, important essays on Kenneth Koch in the past, has a new essay in the Summer 2014 issue of Pleaides, which was posted by Poetry Daily a couple days ago as one … Continue reading

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