Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
I am Derek Chauvin, and I am George Floyd. Who are you?
Like Nina Antonia and Robert Clark, Mark Doty deftly interweaves personal narrative with his literary concerns.
It’s hard to think of a contemporary poet who has engaged so passionately and devotedly, over many decades, with a single forebear.
This gem of a play that is guaranteed to make you gasp at its surprising conclusion and leave the theater reveling in its lush language and the outstanding performances.
Walt Whitman is an exuberant poet, and fellow versifier C. K. Williams is exuberant about Whitman in this wonderfully perceptive introduction to his poetry. On Whitman (Writers on Writers) by C. K. Williams. Princeton University Press, 208 pages, $19.95 Reviewed by Anthony Wallace On Whitman is a meditation on the life and work of the […]