“…but my favorite piece of literary essays is Keith Taylor’s beautiful Old Criticism essay on Ernest Hemingway’s prose…”
– Larry McMurtry, reviewing A New Literary History of America in The New York Review of Books
Poet and writer Keith Taylor teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs in creative writing at the University of Michigan, directs the Bear River Writer's Conference, and is the poetry editor for Michigan Quarterly Review.
His sixteenth collection, The Bird-while, was published by Wayne State University Press February 2017. Fidelities was published in 2015 by Alice Greene & Co. Keith's work has appeared in such publications as Story, The Los Angeles Times, Alternative Press, The Southern Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Notre Dame Review, The Iowa Review, Witness, Chicago Tribune, and Hanging Loose. Other books are Marginalia for a Natural History published by Black Lawrence Press, and Ghost Writers, a collection of ghost stories co-edited with Laura Kasischke, published by Wayne State University Press.
Thursday, 2 February 2017
Reading with Patricia Clark
Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Saturday, 4 February 2017
3 - 6 pm
Public Reading of Whitman's Song of Myself
with Thomas Lynch, et. al.
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