"Writing oils the wrist." --Georgette Heyer
Didn't know where else to ask this, and it may seem out of the blue, but...I'm a grad student who has been looking for critical essays on Ronald Johnson's poetry (yours on radi os was an especially helpful read--the connections to Emerson made me look anew at not just radi os, but ARK and the early books...I guess I shoulda known, though), and notice a strange item in some folks' CVs--a Ronald Johnson edition in the NPF Person and Poet series that has your name attached as an editor, which is listed as 'forthcoming'. I don't see it on WorldCAT or on the NPF website, so I'm assuming it's still forthcoming, but if there's any information that you could pass along I'd be really really interested. This isn't in any way a time-sensitive inquiry, so even if it takes a month, I'd love to hear anything I can about the book (& the essays therein, of course). THANKS!And that performance really is lovely...that shouldn't be an aside, I guess, but the performance really is lovely.
The performance is lovely. I want to use it in a romance novel, but I don't know how to write about music. However, I can write about eye contact... hmmm... my heroine finds herself in some cottage scene a la John Clare, sees a couple playing fiddle and ...mandolin (well, it'll be mandolin in my scene...
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