Saturday, June 29

A Visual Footnote to O’Hara’s “The Day Lady Died”: New World Writing and The Poets of Ghana


"Because his poems are so overstuffed with references to proper names, movies, books, small-scale historical events, and famous or not-so-famous friends, people who love and teach Frank O’Hara’s work often talk about how useful it would be to have an annotated version of his work, with explanations, images, and links to the myriad things, people, and places he mentions."
Locus Solus: The New York School of Poets
Modern American Poetry: On "The Day Lady Died"
Poetry Foundation: Frank O’Hara, "The Day Lady Died"

2008 January: Frank O'Hara, 2010 February: USA: Poetry, 2010 October: Stones: Larry Rivers and Frank O’Hara, 2011 July: "Poet Among Painters" by James Schuyler, 2011 October: City Poet: The Life and Times of Frank O'Hara - Brad Gooch, 2012 December: USA: Poetry, Frank O'Hara (1966).

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