Posts Tagged: lunch poems

The (Pleasurable) Anxiety of (Aesthetic) Influence: Bill Berkson’s A Frank O’Hara Notebook

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Long after O’Hara died, O’Hara was still influencing, shaping, editing, Berkson.


Reading Ferlinghetti in the Age of Trump


This lesson feels especially relevant to our moment: that it’s possible to be both a frustrated activist and also a present and joyful human being.