Tag: Robert Frost
America’s Regional Fences
Robert Frost begins one of his best known poems by stating, “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.” The New England poet is...
On Being Less than We Are
What you miss out on by not making the climb is too great a loss on such a morning as this.
Townsman of a Stiller Town: Death on the American Highway
Earth's the right place for love.
Remembering Peter Stanlis
It was a dark and stormy night when I first met Peter Stanlis. The year was 2000. I had recently become senior editor at...
For Craft and Country: Richard Wakefield’s Eminent Domain
Richard Wakefield’s book of poems takes its place as one more important and hard-won advance in the restoration of good poetry to our culture.
Books and the Hungry Soul
Beautifully and substantially-made books suggest something that deserve to be pored over at length, just as one lingers with friends after a wonderful meal.
BURNED-OVER DISTRICT, NY. Via the University Bookman, herewith my introduction to its recent special issue on Regionalism, which featured contributions from Frank Bryan, Kate...