In this stunning collection of lectures spanning twenty-five years, poet and critic Bill Berkson addresses subjects as various as Walt Whitman, Frank O’Hara, Philip Guston, Dante, and the Sublime. Ron Padgett writes: “Bill Berkson’s writing is witty, musical, daily, and deep, underpinned by a bracing integrity and shot through with gorgeous abstraction and other brilliant hookups between eye, ear, mind, and heart.”
Paperback. 90 pages.
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