Edward Foster is a widely published critic, essayist and poet. He is the founding editor of Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, Talisman House, Publishers, and Jensen/Daniels, Publishers. Foster has also published under the nom de plume Samuel Retsov.

Burt Kimmelman was born and raised in New York City. His work has been anthologized and featured on National Public Radio, where he is a frequent guest.

William Bronk

Winner of the American Book Award in 1982 for Life Supports, his collected early poetry, Bronk is widely celebrated as one of the most accomplished poets of his generation. The recipient of the Lannan Literary Award for poetry in 1991, Bronk lived most of his life in Hudson Falls, New York, in a substantial Victorian home that became a mecca for American poets and artists.

William Bronk in the Twenty-First Century: New Assessments

212 p.

Essays on the major American poet William Bronk by the following distinguished poets and critics: Jane Augustine, J. M. Bober, Jon Curley, Stephan Delbos, Deborah Diemont, Joseph Donahue, Norman Finkelstein, Edward Foster, Eric Hoffman, W. Scott Howard, Elisabeth Joyce, Mark Katzman, Sherry Kearns, Burt Kimmelman, Andrew Klobucar, Daniel Leary, Robert Murphy, Paul Pines, Gerald Schwartz, Carole Stone, Henry Weinfield, and Daniel Wolff.

Edited by Edward Foster and Burt Kimmelman

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e. 1987

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