McClure in the New Yorker

January 16, 2013
Splabman
McClure New Yorker

McClure New Yorker

I was delighted when Greg Bem sent me a link that led to Michael McClure featured in the New Yorker, of all places.

http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2013/01/poetry-questions-michael-mcclure.html

His poem Mephisto 20 is published there, though you need to be a subscriber to see it on their site. Thoreau, Goethe, Hua-yen Buddhism and other topics come up.

You can see McClure’s Mephisto 18 and 19 in the latest edition of Pageboy Magazine. (& hear an alternatives to tamoxifen interview with Thomas Walton of said mag here. McClure’s 80th birthday tribute page is here.)

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