Robert Pinsky Archive

Reading Robert Pinsky’s Jersey Breaks: Becoming an American Poet

Author: | Categories: Critical Essays No comments
Robert Pinsky’s narrative moves insofar as it leads to poetry: that the events of a life in writing seem a bit accidental; that what sustains a life in writing is not fame, not a cartoon version of oneself chatting with Lisa Simpson, but a commitment to language bordering obsession.

Robots Like a Greek Chorus

Author: | Categories: Critical Essays No comments
Poets are grappling with their anxieties over the future of artificial intelligence; with their awe at technological innovation; with their fumbling through the knowledge that, in pockets and backpacks, one carries with them a computer’s long-term memory—infallible and encyclopedic, unlike ours.