What Comes Back

Storytelling in Early Afro-American Fiction: Frederick Douglass’ “The Heroic Slave”

another poem that returns him to his beginnings

A Fine Day for Straw Hats

Milford’s “Zelda” and the Poetics of the New Feminist Biography

Eavesdropping

Old Woman Yelling Another Version

Brendan Galvin is the author of sixteen poetry collections, most recently Habitat: New and Selected Poems, 1965–2005 (2005), a finalist for the National Book Award; Ocean Effects (2007); and Whirl Is King (2008)—all from Louisiana State University Press. His translation of Sophocles’ Women of Trachis appeared in the Penn Greek Drama Series (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998).

Poetry as a Way of Life: An Interview with Robert Penn Warren

Chief Joseph of The Nez Perce