Criticism is an act which involves a restless seeking after the essence of art . . . it must illumine the necessary relation between art and life.— George Core

Yezzi’s Essay Picked Up

The good folks over at Poetry Daily have featured a piece by David Yezzi, “The Perfect Moods of William Logan,” which was originally published in our winter 2014 issue. The piece was initially delivered by Yezzi as a lecture in Sewanee, Tennessee, during the festivities surrounding the 26th and 27th Aiken Taylor Awards in Modern American Poetry, given to William Logan and Debora Greger. Take a look!