An Encounter with William Stafford

A life that gives rise to 51 books in the short span of 79 years can certainly be regarded as literary. William Stafford lived such a life.

Robinson Jeffers: The Poet and Stone Mason of Tor House

By Victor A. Walsh Carmel by the Sea was a wild, sparsely populated place when the California poet Robinson Jeffers […]

Gertrude Stein, Hostess of the Parisian Literary Salon

by Lauren Owen In 1874 the ground was fertile for Gertrude Stein to become a woman of virile thoughts even […]

Sylvia Plath and Winthrop-By-The-Sea

By Jeffery Round During her early years, Sylvia Plath lived in a number of places in Massachusetts. Of her youthful residences, […]