Alum and faculty member Martha Rhodes (poetry ’91) speaks about Four Way Books with The New York Times:
The latest in a series of occasional profiles of poetry publishers. These questions were answered by Martha Rhodes, the director of Four Way Books.
What book in the last five years do you wish you had published?
I wish I had published “Metaphysical Dog” by Frank Bidart (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) for its mastery of structure. I love how it weaves in and out of first person, zooms to the intimate, modulates the intensity through tonal movement throughout.
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