Throwback: David Kirby’s review of The Selected Larry Levis

For this week’s #TBT we’re looking back to spring 2002 and David Kirby’s review of The Selected Larry Levis (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2000), in the essay “Songs of Myself: The Poems of Norman Dubie and Larry Levis.” The current issue of The Southern Review features posthumous poetry by Levis–which will be featured in the 2016 collection The Darkening Trapeze: Last Poems (Graywolf)–alongside work by his friends, colleagues and students. Read the essay, and check out the current issue today.

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