Posts Tagged ‘ biography ’

The Long Awakening of Adrienne Rich | The New Yorker

In the first biography of the poet, she emerges as a shape-shifter, endlessly revising her art, politics, and sense of self.Photograph by Nancy Crampton

Some called her coarse, extreme, too quick to change. In fact, she was always one step ahead.

Source: The Long Awakening of Adrienne Rich | The New Yorker

Review: ‘The Power of Adrienne Rich’ by Hilary Holladay – The Atlantic

Praised by W. H. Auden as neat and modest, she vowed to be passionate and radical instead.

Source: Review: ‘The Power of Adrienne Rich’ by Hilary Holladay – The Atlantic

Book Review: ‘The Power of Adrienne Rich,’ by Hilary Holladay – The New York Times

How John Berger Restores Our Relationship to Art

A new biography on Berger reveals a writer who to this day speaks most eloquently and passionately to our frustrations, fears, hopes, and desires.

Source: How John Berger Restores Our Relationship to Art

Dimitra Iannou poems, Blackbox Manifold 14

Dimitra Iannou poems, Blackbox Manifold 14.

A Tribute to Adrienne Rich / 92Y Readings: November 2012

Lorine Niedecker – Biography

Lorine Niedecker – Biography.

Biographies of Women Artists: Instinct and Intellect

 

Biographies of Women Artists: Instinct and Intellect.