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Agran, Rick, Hildred Crill, and Mark DeCarteret, eds., Under the Legislature of Stars: 62 New Hampshire Poets, Oyster River Press, 1999.

As the title suggests, this book collects the work of poets who possess a certain New England quality in their work, including Kumin. Kumin, also writing the introduction, says that along with the "roses or lilies" contained in the collection, one will also find "thistles . . . and bind weed, even the . . . sting of nettle, which is as it should be." This is a good look at poets from this region of the United States.

Grosholz, Emily, ed., Telling the Barn Swallow: Poets on the Poetry of Maxine Kumin, University Press of New England, 1997.

This book is a must-read for Kumin fans. Its comprehensive essays by fellow poets are wonderfully written and provide a thorough look at Kumin's poetry from the early days through the late 1990s.

Kumin, Maxine, Always Beginning...

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