Gary Hawkins is a poet, teacher, and scholar, who grew up in the suburbs. His poetry, pedagogy, and criticism have appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, Teaching Creative Writing in Higher Education, Emily Dickinson Journal, and other venues. He teaches writing and serves as associate dean at Warren Wilson College; he sets type in the letterpress studio; and he thrills at having one of poetry's most enviable addresses in Black Mountain, North Carolina.
Talk and Not Talk: Anne Carson’s Dialogue of Grief
Such realms of silence and suffering are where Anne Carson consistently resides....