A retrospective collection from the poet and publisher, “Ferlinghetti’s Greatest Poems,” gets at his rebellious appeal.
Author Archives: JEFF GORDINIER
Two new collections, W.S. Merwin’s elegiac “Garden Time” and Adam Fitzgerald’s pop-inflected “George Washington,” have essential things to say about what we remember and why.
This book by Ben Greenman, a collection of essays, encompasses a range of music genres as the author riffs on a number of topics.
Could it be that readers expect too much of poetry? The novelist and poet Ben Lerner explains.
In a new memoir, the Le Bernardin chef recalls an upbringing marked by pain.
The novelist and critic offers a deeply personal study of a poet who was one of his major literary influences.