Posts Tagged: Mary Pacifico Curtis

Letter to An Imaginary Friend: Super-Sized Rockin’ Poetry


If Thomas McGrath were a painter, he would apply fat brushes to giant canvasses in complex color and texture. Gershwin’s gloss and the landscape of Copland are tame music compared to his. McGrath writes in the dissonance of Ives – American cacophony in contrasting threads of autobiography and cause, the red-white-and-blue Midwest against a vein […]


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