Category Archives: Roberto Bolaño

Frank O’Hara (read by David Sedaris) and John Ashbery on the new Paris Review podcast

The latest episode of the Paris Review’s new, eclectic podcast features a few items of interest for fans of the New York School: there are readings of poems, originally published in the Paris Review, by both Frank O’Hara and John … Continue reading

Posted in Eileen Myles, Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, John Ashbery, Roberto Bolaño, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Roberto Bolaño and the Role of the Poet

A piece of mine about the writer Roberto Bolaño and poetry was published the other day on the Oxford University Press blog, OUPblog. Bolaño is of course best-known as the author of sprawling, ambitious novels like The Savage Detectives and … Continue reading

Posted in Diane Di Prima, Frank O'Hara, NY School Influence, Roberto Bolaño, Ted Berrigan | 1 Comment