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James Laughlin, Tennessee Williams, Peggy Fox, Thomas Keith
Hardcover, 2018Four decades of correspondence of Tennessee Williams’s and James Laughlin’s unlikely yet enduring literary and personal relationship.
James Laughlin, Peter Glassgold
Finally collected are all the poems of James Laughlin — a classic poet of Catullan sensibility hiding in plain sight as an avant-garde publisher and the “Godfather of Modernism”
Albert M. Hayes, James Laughlin
Paperback, 2008Awake the voice! Awake the string!
Dark and dull night fly hence away,
And give the honor of this day
That sees December turned to May.
James Laughlin, Barbara Epler, Daniel Javitch
Paperback, 2007Lavishly illustrated, The Way It Wasn't offers an intimate firsthand encounter with 20th-century Modernism, from the extraordinary man who defined it for America.
Guy Davenport, James Laughlin, W. C. Bamberger
Hardcover, 2007An epistolary exchange that highlights two singular intellects, their disparate approaches to literature and their mutual admiration.
Paperback, 1964It is remarkable that any Westerner—even so fine a poet as Kenneth Rexroth—could have captured in translation so much of the subtle essence of classic Japanese poetry: the depth of controlled...
Eliot Weinberger, Kenneth Rexroth
Paperback, 2009“Rexroth’s readings from the Japanese master poets are breathtaking in their simplicity and clarity.”—The New York Times
Kenneth Rexroth, Eliot Weinberger
Paperback, 2009“Nothing stands still in this poetry: the wind blows the trees, the lake water ripples and the ever-present road runs in and out of the hills.”—American Poetry Review
Ikuko Atsumi, Kenneth Rexroth
Paperback, 1982From early as the seventh century up to the present day, no other has had so many important women poets as Japan.
Li Ch'ing-chao, Kenneth Rexroth, Ling Chung
Paperback, 1980The Complete Poems of Li Ch'ing-chao (1084-c. 1151) brings together for the first time in English translation all the surviving verse of China's greatest woman poet.