Tyler Dunston is a writer from Chattanooga, Tennessee. His criticism has appeared in Consequence of Sound, Treblezine, uDiscover Music, and elsewhere, and his poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Nimrod International Journal, Red Wheelbarrow, and Cathexis Northwest Press, among others. He received his MFA in poetry from Boston University and is currently an incoming PhD student in English Language and Literature at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
“The Voice of the Muse Is the Voice of the Language”: On Joseph Brodsky’s “Selected Poems, 1968–1996”
Tyler Dunston gets a handle on the uncompromising Joseph Brodsky by means of his “Selected Poems, 1968–1996.”...