Calista McRae

Calista McRae is a PhD student at Harvard University, writing about humor of language and form in recent American poetry.


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Life Was Fiction in Disguise

How James Merrill went from a poetic "finical interior decorator" to one of the most accomplished verse technicians of the 20th century....

Life Was Fiction in Disguise
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