About David M. Katz

David M. Katz's second book of verse, Claims of Home, Poems 1984-2010 , was published in 2011 by Dos Madres Press. His poems have appeared in Poetry, The New Criterion, The Paris Review, The New Republic, Shenandoah, The Notre Dame Review and will appear in PN Review and The Raintown Review. His first book, The Warrior in the Forest, , was published by House of Keys in 1982.

David M. Katz Has written the following articles:

“Effulgent” by David M. Katz (A parody)

  “Effulgent” by David M. Katz           Part seemed she of the effulgent thought —“Her Initials,” Thomas Hardy   Glitter, brilliance, candor, dazzle; Luster, splendor, lambent lightness; She evokes a lucid ghazal All shot through with flashing brightness: Of those words, he chose “effulgent.” Anhedonic to a fault, dour Hardy’s verse betrays his waning Adolescent […]

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Thomas Hardy: The Flexible Strength of “Neutral Tones”

How can you account for the love you have for a favorite poem?  One way is simply to say that it sparks personal associations for you. For me, that’s true in the case of “Neutral Tones,” as I suspect it is for the many who regard it as one their favorite Hardy poems. After all, […]

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