“Remember Rod McKuen? He’s the one who wrote those illustrated books of free verse with titles like Come to Me in Silence and Listen to the Warm. In the 1970s, McKuen called himself America’s most popular poet, and he may well have been. Since then he has faded into obscurity, without an heir—until now.”—Lorin Stein
For more of what we’re loving this week, including the Centennial of Grand Central Terminal and Christian Wiman’s “My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer,” click here.

“Remember Rod McKuen? He’s the one who wrote those illustrated books of free verse with titles like Come to Me in Silence and Listen to the Warm. In the 1970s, McKuen called himself America’s most popular poet, and he may well have been. Since then he has faded into obscurity, without an heir—until now.—Lorin Stein

For more of what we’re loving this week, including the Centennial of Grand Central Terminal and Christian Wiman’s “My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer,” click here.

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