Robert Bly is is the author of more than thirty books of poetry, including The Night Abraham Called to the Star; Snowbanks North of the House (1999); What Have I Ever Lost by Dying?: Collected Prose Poems (1992); Loving a Woman in Two Worlds (1987); Mirabai Versions (1984); This Body is Made of Camphor and Gopherwood (1977); and The Light Around the Body (1967), which won the National Book Award.
Dec 01 1982
Responses to Frederick Turner
The following is a synopsis of and responses to Frederick Turner’s article ” ‘Mighty Poets in their Misery Dead’ : A polemic on the Contemporary Poetic Scene,” which appeared in the Fall, 1980 issue of The Missouri Review.
Mar 01 1978
Poetry Feature: Robert Bly
“Walking the Mississippi”
“Shore at Rock Island, Illinois”