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"My ideal poet is Emily Dickinson; sit in a closet and write your poems." Charles Simic talks to Emily Parker • Wall Street Journal
"If we can give up on consolation, there may be room for something more promising." Adam Phillips on John Burnside (and Henry Reed) • The Observer
"What he has lost in Californian ease he has gained in sterner self-restraint." Stephen Burt on Robert Hass • The New York Times
"Alice Notley is more interested in conveying raw thought than purveying the aesthetically cooked." Joel Brouwer • The New York Times

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