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Bellamy, Joe David, ed., American Poetry Observed, University of Illinois Press, 1988.

This volume of interviews is unusual because wellknown
contemporary poets interview other wellknown
contemporary poets. As a result, the exchange
is substantive and focused.


Lifton, Robert Jay, and Nicholas Humphrey, eds., In a Dark Time, Harvard University Press, 1984.

Psychiatrists Lifton and Humphrey have collected excerpts
from literature of the last 2,500 years that comments
on the psychological and imaginative confusion
surrounding war. Lifton is known for his
psychological studies of survivors of the Hiroshima
and Nagasaki bombings.




Tate, James, The Route As Briefed, University of Michigan Press, 1999.

This volume collects Tate's short stories, interviews,
and essays. It is an engaging, accessible, and humorous
collection.

Tate, James, and David Lehman, The Best American Poetry 1997, Scribner, 1997.

Each year, a different poet is invited to guest edit a
new volume in this popular series. Tate selected the
poems for this volume...

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