- Poets on poetry
- From banana to basho, or, How one Japanese American writer learned not to write like John O'Hara -- Multiculturalism : living in the world (whose world?) -- Difficulties of the moment : Weil, Milosz, and Bakhtin -- On poetry and politics : Brecht, Rich, and C.K. Williams -- Splitting open the tradition : on Derek Walcott's "XXIII" -- The margins at the center, the center at the margins : Asian American poetry -- Dim sum poetics -- An argument : on 1942 (an interview with Daniel Kane) -- A multiplicity of voices (an interview with Lee Rossi) -- The colors of desire (an interview with William Walsh) -- A note from Caliban : on Harold Bloom's introduction to The best of The best American poetry, 1988-1997 -- Where we've been, where we're going.
- 0472097768 (acid-free paper) and 0472067761 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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