About Daniel Bosch

Daniel Bosch is Director of the Writing Studio at Walnut Hill. His poems, reviews, and translations have appeared in Agni, Slate, Boston Review, Partisan Review, and other journals. His book Crucible appeared in 2002 from Handsel Books.


Daniel Bosch Has written the following articles:


A Dodge Bulletin

Notes from the Nation’s Poetry Festival As Reviewed By: Daniel Bosch It’s the weekend after Thanksgiving, and as the Writing Studio at Walnut Hill’s recent visit to the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival recedes in memory, I struggle to convey to you, dear readers of Contemporary Poetry Review, some sense of the ambivalence that I […]

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A Guilty Pleasure: Reading the Reticence of Elizabeth Bishop

Edgar Allan Poe & The Juke Box: Uncollected Poems, Drafts, and Fragments by Elizabeth Bishop, edited and annotated by Alice Quinn. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 367 pp., $30. As Reviewed By: Daniel Bosch I. March 24, 2006 I have not read the new volume of writing by Elizabeth Bishop and notes by Alice Quinn, now […]

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Letters to a Young Poet: Rilke’s Non-Correspondence School

“The letter that is sent is never the letter that is received.” —Lacan As Reviewed By: Daniel Bosch Rilke never held a teaching post. We have no cache of syllabi, no workshop guidelines, and though in his letters he expressed quite a lot of readerly enthusiasm, there is no definitive Rilkean reading list, no Rilkean […]

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