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Andrews, Tom, ed., On William Stafford: The Worth of Local Things, Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1993.

The most comprehensive collection of Stafford criticism, this book contains excerpts or full texts of more than 50 book reviews, general essays, and essays about particular poems or articles. The lack of an index makes navigating the book somewhat difficult, but this is an excellent survey as well as a springboard for further research.

Gery, John, Nuclear Annihilation and Contemporary American Poetry: Ways of Nothingness, Tampa: University of Florida, 1995.

An in-depth study of nuclear theory and American poetry, this book examines four distinct poetic approaches to nuclear culture - protest poetry, apocalyptic lyric poetry, psycho-historical poetry, and the poetry of uncertainty - and discusses the work of a range of poets, from Gertrude Stein to John Ashbery.

Holden, Jonathan, The Mark To Turn: A Reading of William Stafford's Poetry, Lawrence...

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