ENTRY ON CHARLES TOMLINSON FOR CONTEMPORARY POETS
David Gordon, Outward: Part I of a Long Poem, The New York Monograph Society, NY, 1988.
MAKING MODERNISM NEW
DAVID MAMET AND POETIC LANGUAGE IN DRAMA
Melville's The Confidence Man and his Descendants in David Mamet's Work
EURYDICE LOOKS BACK: RESCUING KITSCH
'BEAUTIFIED' IS A VILE PHRASE
PINSKY, Robert (Neal)
RANDALL JARRELL AND SECULAR AMERICAN DEATH
Rodney Jones, new entry
Review of Marc A. Weiner, Richard Wagner and the Anti-Semitic Imagination, Nebraska, 1995.
VISIONS OF THE PENTAGON MARCH
Barry Goldensohn is a Professor of English and Poetry at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. He was the Dean of the School of Humanities and Arts at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachsetts and has also taught at Goddard College and the Writer's Workshop at the University of Iowa. His first book, St. Venus Eve, was published in 1972. He can be contacted at email@example.com
Lorrie Goldensohn is married to Barry Goldensohn.