Delmore Schwartz (1913–1966) was born and raised in Brooklyn. One of the United States’s greatest poets and short-story writers, Schwartz contributed “In Dreams Begin Responsibilities” to the first issue of Partisan Review in 1937. Schwartz taught at Syracuse, Princeton, and Kenyon College, and received the Bollingen Prize in 1959. After a difficult period of alchoholism and depression, he died of a heart attack in 1966.
“The Irretrievable Cent of Fate”: Why We Need Delmore Schwartz Now More Than Ever
“Once and For All: The Best of Delmore Schwartz” is a new collection of his work, assembled as we wrestle with economic uncertainty....