Archive | March, 2005

CPR Remembers: Villiers de l’Isle-Adam

(The first in a series on obscure authors and their work.) As Reviewed By: Garrick Davis The Count Jean-Marie-Mathias-Philippe-Auguste de Villiers de l’Isle-Adam was born in 1838, and it is not extravagant to assert that his destiny was determined by his birth. He was the last heir of one of the great noble families of […]

Posted in Featured, ReviewsComments (0)

The Innocent Ear: Some Thoughts on the Popular Disdain for Versification

A few years ago, for the brief span of a few classes, I attended a poetry workshop class at Boston University. Though I was not formally enrolled in the class, the teacher had generously invited me to attend-and since the teacher was one of the great living masters of the art I accepted, though it […]

Posted in Featured, ReviewsComments (0)