Reviews and Articles
about Timothy Steele

REVIEWS OF UNCERTAINTIES AND REST

Rob Fure. Library Journal, April 15, 1979.

Richmond Lattimore. “Poetry Chronicle,” The Hudson Review 32 (Autumn 1979).

Alan Shapiro. “Timothy Steele’s Uncertainties and Rest. The Chicago Review31 (Winter 1980).

Anon. Choice (January 1980).

J.D. McClatchy. “Summaries and Evidence.” Partisan Review, 47 (Autumn 1980).

Thom Gunn. “Playing Politics with Poetry.” Threepenny Review,(Summer 1981).

Mary Kinzie. The American Poetry Review (March-April 1982).

REVIEWS OF SAPPHICS AGAINST ANGER AND OTHER POEMS

Anon. Publishers Weekly, August 22, 1986.

Tom Clark. “Poetry to Celebrate the Pleasures of L.A.” The LA Herald, September 14, 1986. Book Section.

R.S. Gwynn. “Second Gear.” NER/BLQ [New England Review and Bread Loaf Quarterly, 9 (Autumn 1986).

Anon. The Virginia Quarterly Review, 63 (Autumn 1987).

Paul Lake. “Towards a Liberal Poetics.” The Threepenny Review, 32 (Winter 1988).

Brad Leithauser. “The Strictest Line.” TLS, February 19-25, 1988.

Kathryn Hellerstein. “Pleasures of Restriction.” The Partisan Review 56 (Fall 1989)

REVIEWS OF MISSING MEASURES

Library Journal, April 1, 1990, Jeffrey R. Luttrell

The Christian Science Monitor, May 2, 1990, Thomas D’Evelyn

Choice, November, 1990, B. Wallenstein

The New Criterion, November 1990, Bruce Bawer

Verse, Winter 1990, Matthew Brennan

PN Review, January/February 1991, Chris McCully

TLS, February 1, 1991, Clive Wilmer

The Formalist, Spring 1991, Samuel Maio

Style, Spring 1991, William A. Quinn

The Classical Outlook, Summer 1991, David Middleton

Agenda, Autumn 1991, W.G. Shepherd

Poetry Durham, 1991, Number 28, Dick Davis

Magill’s Literary Annual, 1991, Philip K. Jason

REVIEWS OF THE COLOR WHEEL

Anon. Publishers Weekly. November 28,1984 (starred reviewed)

Donald E. Stanford. “American Formalism.” The Southern Review(Spring 1995)

Robert B. Shaw. “Spectrum.” Poetry (May 1995)

Richard Moore. “Review: The Color Wheel. Hellas (Fall/Winter 1995)

R. S. Gwynn. “Lectures in Urban Survival,” The Sewanee Review (Winter 1996).

REVIEWS OF ALL THE FUN’S IN HOW YOU SAY A THING

Ellen Sullivan. Library Journal (March 15, 1999)

Thomas DePietro, Kirkus Reviews (April 15, 1999) Robert Richman. 

The New Criterion (April 1999) R. B. Shuman. Choice (November 1999)

Clive Wilmer. “Find Your Feet.” TLS (December 17, 1999)

Robert C. Jones. American Book Review (July-August 2000)

Robert B. Shaw. “Prosody for the People.” Poetry (September 2000)

GENERAL DISCUSSIONS

X. J. Kennedy. “Timothy Steele.” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Vol. 120. Ed. R. S. Gwynn. Detroit: Gale, 1992.

Entry: “Timothy Steele.” The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry. Ed. Ian Hamilton. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994).

Donald G. Sheehy. “Measure for Measure: The Frostian Classicism of Timothy Steele.” The Robert Frost Review (Fall 1995).

Kevin Walzer. The Ghost of Tradition: Expansive Poetry and Postmodernism.Ashland, OR: Storyline Press, 1998.

______. “The Poetry of Timothy Steele.” The Tennessee Quarterly(Winter 1996).

Entry: “Timothy Steele.” The Readers’ Guide to Twentieth-Century Writers.Ed. Peter Parker. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1996.

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