Poetry in Our Time: The Poet, Publisher, Reader, and Reviewer
Lapwing Publications, 2008年1月1日 - 112 頁
A very timely and apt critical review of the poetry 'scene', delightful and informative demythologising of the present 'corporate poetry culture'. Wainwright's equivalent of Joyce's 'cultic twalette' critique brought up to date.
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