Posts tagged "John Ashbery"

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2008 Poetry Finalist The Landscapist: Selected Poems, by Pierre Martory

by admin

Each day leading up to the March 12 announcement of the 2008 NBCC awards, we highlight one of the thirty finalists. Today, NBCC board member David Orr...read »

John Ashbery, at NBCC Awards Ceremony, Coming up at Paris Review Revel

by Jane Ciabattari

John Ashbery, winner of the first National Book Critics Circle award in poetry in 1975, was center stage at The New School at this year’s NBCC awards...read »

In Retrospect: Maureen N. McLane on John Ashbery’s “Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror”

by Jane Ciabattari

The following essay by NBCC board member and Balakian award winner Maureen N. McLane on John Ashbery’s “Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror,” winner of the...read »

Guest Post: John Ashbery at the NBCC 35th anniversary celebration

by Jane Ciabattari

At the NBCC 35th Anniversary Celebration on September 12, John Ashbery spoke of how winning the first NBCC award in poetry, for Self-Portrait in a Convex...read »



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