Philip Levine: On The Meeting Of Garcia Lorca And Hart Crane
invent a dialogue of such eloquence
that even the ants in your own
house won’t forget it.
Michael Simms: The Story of Autumn House Press (1998-2020)
Most literary presses fade away when the founder leaves, so I cannot tell you how much it thrills me that AHP continues into the second generation.
Kate Daniels: Remembering former poet laureate Philip Levine
Former US Poet Laureate Philip Levine (1928-2015) was down to earth and humble. But he spared no rage towards those he deemed selfish and narcissistic. Across the hall from my … Continue reading
Philip Levine: Salts And Oils
In Havana in 1948 I ate fried dog believing it was Peking duck. Later, in Tampa I bunked with an insane sailor who kept a .38 Smith and Wesson in … Continue reading
Philip Terman: Reading Philip Levine
Reading Philip Levine (1928-2015) The last person to read this book was Molly Renee Miller of 7527 Drive, San Antonio Texas, 78249-2518, United States of America. I know this because … Continue reading
Naomi Shihab Nye: On Inspiration
“I can never imagine how someone would fall in love with poetry and stop reading poems. But I think that people often talk themselves out of responding…” This video is … Continue reading