April Bernard began Miss Fuller to explore the pathos of Margaret Fuller’s short, freethinking life.
April Bernard describes the not quite definable nature of poet Elana Greenfield’s work.
Wonderful as it is to have two books by Paul Schmidt—poet, playwright, translator, actor, teacher—appearing at the same time, it is also a bit confusing.
If you like what you saw, then, why close your eyes?
A poem, titled “Blackbird Bye Bye,” by April Bernard.
One more all-silk suit and he’s all yours, / not an Indian, but pure Pontiac.
April Bernard and Mimi Thompson speak with the legendary American painter on the eve of a Fall 1986 exhibition of his work, getting to the bottom of Lichtenstein’s brushstrokes and revealing his true feelings about comics.
A tree that falls / on facts, on women, whatever is in the way.
“May you live in interesting times”—Chinese curse