Category Archives: Wayne Koestenbaum

“Find an event on the ground to respond to”: Wayne Koestenbaum Leads Frank O’Hara-Inspired Walk in NYC

As I’ve said before, I’m a fan of Wayne Koestenbaum’s sharp and effervescent essays on poets of the New York School and so many other topics, so I was intrigued by this piece by Jennifer Krasinski in ArtForum about an unusual walking tour Koestenbaum recently led … Continue reading

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