“Hours of delight” in Epitaphs for the Poets

Check out Mary Ann Sullivan’s The Tower Journal review of Epitaphs for the Poets by Wesli Court (alias Lewis Turco)! The book encapsulates the lives of over 100 well-known and obscure poets, both living and dead, and Sullivan praised the collection highly, saying:

“Pick this book up and, believe me, you will not put it down soon.”

Dr. Turco is a prolific writer and has published 50 books, including The Book of Forms: A Handbook of Poetics, Including Odd and Invented Forms; The Book of Literary Terms; and The Book of Dialogue. In 1962, he founded the Cleveland State University Poetry Center and the Department of Creative Writing at S.U.N.Y. Oswego in 1968. He currently lives in Maine.


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