Creeley has shaped his own audience. The much imitated, often diluted minimalism, the compression of emotion into verse in which scarcely a syllable is wasted, has decisively marked a generation of poets.
Voice Literary Supplement

Robert Creeley and the Genius of the American Common Place

Nonfiction by Tom Clark

An interactive biographical essay culled from conversations between Robert Creeley and poet Tom Clark.

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Paperback (published November 1, 1993)

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Tom Clark

Contemporary American poet, reviewer and biographer

Creeley has shaped his own audience. The much imitated, often diluted minimalism, the compression of emotion into verse in which scarcely a syllable is wasted, has decisively marked a generation of poets.
Voice Literary Supplement