“The Poem of a Life” is a biography of Louis Zukofsky, a highly-acclaimed writer, known for his “objectivism” poetic movement and the 800-plus-page literary masterpiece, “A”. Author Mark Scroggins’ work details the life and career of an American modernist poet, who has become an inspiration to many other poets like Paul Metcalf and Robert Duncan (Zukofsky himself is a protege of Ezra Pound). This new critical biography by Scroggins is being hailed by the New York Times as a “terrific” read. Recently, Scroggins writes about Rhodia notebook in his blog, Culture Industry.
Via Culture Industry